I am writing on behalf of my grandma (age 75) who is the caregiver of my great-grandma (age 94). Great Grandma cannot walk or hear any longer, but is sharp as a tack in her mind.During family functions, she sits quietly in the background because she cannot hear, and has to sit separately from the rest of the family in a comfortable chair at mealtimes. All day long she sits in her chair and reads the TV via the close captioning on the bottom of the screen or reads the paper.
Is there anything she can do in her current physical condition to help gain a sense of purpose? She would love to help my grandma, who she lives with, clean, garden, etc. but she can't. Any ideas of something to do that would help her know she's still a precious, valuable human being?
This is my first time on this site with the sole purpose of finding a way to help Great-grandma feel like she matters.