Creating Happy Holidays (Please, No More Fruitcake!)

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E-Book Offers Tips for Reducing Stress, Choosing the Perfect Gift and Making the Holidays Enjoyable for Every Generation

The holidays are just around the corner and so is the stress that comes with them, particularly if family get-togethers involve multiple generations - seniors, their adult children and grandchildren. A new e-book is available with lots of ideas for creating happy holiday memories for every age group, including reducing hosting stress and finding the perfect gift for Grandma.

As hard as we try to keep the holiday cheer alive, the stress of getting together and then spending quality time with family can raise blood pressures faster than Santa can swoop down a chimney. Long car rides or flights are just the beginning. There's feeding, housing and entertaining guests, and that's after months of crowded malls and endless hours online searching for the perfect gift for Uncle Joe or Aunt Edna.

Keeping In Touch Solutions is offering a free e-book this season to help navigate the challenges of holiday entertaining. "Creating Happy Holidays: A Guide to Making Holiday Get-togethers Memorable & Enjoyable for Every Generation" contains tips for how to plan activities that bridge generational gaps, organize meals that involve everyone, and prepare for the special needs of aging guests. It even includes insights from seniors on what they really want for Christmas.

"Creating Happy Holidays" is available free for download from In addition to helpful tips from three generations of women, the guide focuses on the special needs of seniors and the importance of using the holiday time together to discuss support options and plans for future care.

For more information, visit, call 1-800-664-5541 or write: Keeping In Touch Solutions - 3815 River Crossing Parkway, Ste. 100, Indianapolis, IN 46240.

Keeping In Touch Solutions is a friendly and professional call service that extends the reach of distant caregivers by checking in daily with their aging parents or loved ones to ensure their safety, health and well being.


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