2020 is different for many reasons but mostly because of the devastating pandemic of Covid-19. As we think about our amazing fathers, many of them may be in the high-risk category, we can still make their Father’s Day as special as ever. Practice social distancing while still saying “I Love You”.
Play an Online Game as a family:
Psych App – “PSYCH” is a game to play with friends – wherever in the country/world they may be. Choose from a variety of fun categories in which each player makes up a fake answer to real trivia questions. Or try “And the Truth Comes Out” where you can answer interesting questions about one another. https://www.warnerbros.com/games-and-apps/psych-outwit-your-friends/
Bingo App – Who doesn’t love Bingo? There are multiple Apps you can download as a family and play this ageless game. Any age, any time, toast to Dad and play some Bingo!
Yahtzee App – Nothing incites a little nostalgia like a good game of Yahtzee. Now, you can play it on mobile with friends and family..and avoid any dice-related injuries.
Decorative and Cool Face Masks:
Does your Dad have a favorite sports team or pastime (golf / fishing)? Check out some of these fun facemasks to make going out not so terrible!
Patriotic Masks – https://www.etsy.com/market/usa_flag_mask
Veteran Masks – https://www.etsy.com/search?q=veteran%20face%20mask
Custom Box Knife:
Is Dad ordering more packages since he can’t go out to shop? Give him a handy-dandy box cutter / utility knife with a personalized message or design. It looks awesome and is practical as well!
Create a Photo Book:
What Dad wouldn’t love a book of photos of you, your family, your memories? There are many apps / websites to create photos and they make it simple, easy and quick.
Order a Magazine Subscription:
Remember those…magazines? Is your Dad into Gardening, Politics, Music, History, Humor, Beer Brewing? Whatever his passion, there is a magazine dedicated to a craft, topic, etc.
Give The Gift of Mobility:
Whether your Dad just needs a little help getting around or requires specialized adaptive equipment, Ability Center can help. We have a wide variety of mobility scooters and wheelchairs to help Dad get around a little easier. Take Dad out for a long drive, out to his favorite restaurant by renting a wheelchair accessible van. With 15 locations, we are here to help.