This year’s Father’s Day will be leaps and bounds better than 2021 if you’re able to see Dad or Grandpa after having to miss out due to quarantine a year ago. And we know some guys can be tough to shop for, so we’re here to help you pick out the perfect gift to bring to your celebration.
Martine Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing has a look at five of the best Father’s Day gifts for seniors.
Spruce up any wall space with this personalized photo canvas. It says “My Favorite People Call Me…” and then you can add whatever name or nickname you’d like to the bottom, and it has room for five 4″x6″ photos to display.
This stylish pad is also functional, as it can charge your electronic devices via an included USB cable. You can also use the catchall to hold keys, watches, rings, and more!
Add a traditional look to your living room with an analog clock as a part of this stately wood piece that can be personalized with a photo and an engraved message.
While you can crack open a cold one at home, nothing quite matches the taste of having a beer on tap. Just fill the 64-ounce growler and fill up your glass whenever you’re ready. There’s a chalkboard handle in order for you to write what’s inside, and you can also have a personalized message engraved on the tap.
If you have a long-distance dad, this keychain will remind you of his loved ones across the country. In addition to a personalized message on the keychain, it also comes with smaller chains that can contain up to 10 characters (for a name) or an image of a state.
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