Social Seniors: Does your mom have a library card? It’s the best way to afford new releases as they come out.
A library card costs nothing, provides your mom with plenty of books, and offers extra benefits like community gatherings and loans of day passes to area attractions. Take her to the local library and sign her up for a library card. Once your social seniors have it, there are some new releases this fall that avid readers are eager to read.
Home for Christmas: Stories for Young and Old
This collection of holiday stories features novellas and short stories from authors like Pearl S. Buck, Madeleine L’Engle, Ruth Sawyer, and Henry van Dyke. Some of the stories are set in countries as far away as Siberia, while others are set in snowy settings like Vermont.
Jodi Picoult’s Wish You Were Here
Coming out on November 31, 2021, Wish You Were Here introduces Diana O’Toole right before her 30th birthday. She’s expecting her boyfriend to propose to her on an island getaway, only a virus hits the country, and Finn is forced to stay and work in the local hospital.
Diana goes anyway and ends up quarantined for as long as it takes. It’s at this time that a teenager shares a secret with Diana that changes everything.
Catriona Ward’s The Last House on Needless Street
This book is part horror, part mystery. A home in Washington is boarded up, but a family lives behind those doors. When someone moves in next door, the secret the family hides threatens to destroy them all.
Social Seniors: Matt Witten’s The Necklace
Leonardo DiCaprio optioned this novel for a movie, so it’s already getting a lot of buzz for that reason. Two decades earlier, a waitress’s daughter was murdered. The killer is finally about to be executed, but Susan finds evidence that the man accused of killing her daughter is innocent.
The FBI will not consider reopening the case, but Susan is not about to stop. She will do anything it takes to make sure her daughter’s real killer does not go free.
Can you get to your mom’s house often enough to take her out to public buildings? Home care assistance services pair your mom with a caregiver who can take her to the library, her doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping, and more.
To arrange home care assistance, you should talk to a specialist at a home care agency. Ask about pricing and services and then make arrangements for meeting your social seniors.
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