5 gift ideas for elderly parents

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When you get to a certain age, you tend to have nearly everything that you need. This is why, as an adult, it can be very hard to think of gift ideas for your elderly parents. They aren’t really interested in technology and they can’t get out much so what should you get them? Here are five great gift ideas for you to get your elderly parents or grandparents on the next big occasion.

 

1. A Record Player
Record players are really in fashion right now and they were probably big at the time that your elderly parents were listening to music. If you invest in a good one and some cheap vinyls, your parents will be able to listen to all of their favourite songs from when they were younger. They might even be able to understand how to work it as they’ll have done it many times before. The fact that these are so popular right now means that they will be easy to find, and you can probably get your hands on one for quite a low price.

2. Fine Art
If your parents live in a nice apartment or house, a nice piece of art would go well on their walls. It is likely that they don’t get out much so adding something that they can look at when they’re indoors can really make a difference. At Fine Art America, you can even personalise canvases, so you could get some of your own art printed or the art that your children have created. Get creative with this and your parents will love it!

3. A DNA Kit
One of the big trends right now involves people finding out their ancestry history and what their DNA means. If you buy your elderly parents one of these kits, they’ll be able to learn more about their family history and the people that have come before them! They’ll love diving into the past so make sure to check out these types of gifts.

4. Cook Them A Meal

It is a fact that a lot of elderly people are lonely as they only get to see their family every once in a while. One of the best gifts that you can give to your elderly parents is to spend some quality time with them. Don’t just pop round for a coffee and a chat, make them a meal and sit with them while they eat with you. You could even invite other family members around and have a dinner party if you think that they’d like this.

5. Amazon Echo
Our final idea is for those elderly parents who are more tech savvy. Buying them an Amazon Echo can help them to perform basic tasks like setting alarms or using the internet to search for information. They’ll love being able to use this voice assistant and getting more in touch with the world.

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post

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