Caring for a loved one can be a challenging task, so it’s important to make time for yourself to prevent caregiver burnout. Here are 5 fun activities in Niagara for caregivers to enjoy when you need a break.
Head to the theatre
Catching a show at one of Niagara’s many theatres is an entertaining way for caregivers to take a break for a few hours. With many well-known local venues such as the Shaw Festival and Seneca Queen Theatre, catching a show is a fun break that takes just a few hours.
Stop by the falls
You can’t mention activities in Niagara without this one! Visiting Niagara Falls is always a great outing; you can go for a walk, admire the falls and grab a bite to eat. If you’re looking for some extra fun, you can wander up to Clifton Hill to try out the activities there. Niagara Falls is a great break for caregivers as you can visit any time and spend as much or as little money as your budget allows.
Visit a winery
Another classic Niagara activity, visiting a winery is a fun and relaxing way to spend a few hours, or even a whole day. Check out this listing of wineries in Niagara and to start planning your well-deserved visit.
Relax at a spa
What better way for caregivers to take care of both their mind and body than visiting a spa? From massages to manicures, there are many spas and wellness centres across the Niagara region to fit any budget and availability.
Escape to nature
Niagara is a region surrounded by beauty and visiting one of Parks Niagara’s many sites is a refreshing break for caregivers. Why not go for a bike ride at Paradise Grove in Niagara-on-the-Lake, or take in both history and scenic views at Queenston Heights Park?
Burnout is something many caregivers experience, so it is important to find the time to enjoy fun activities like these. ActivePro caregivers help make it possible for you to take these breaks with the peace of mind that your family member is well cared for. With our assistance, you can return from your break feeling refreshed and ready to continue the amazing care and support you provide for your loved one.