In general, it's very well written.
This sentence might be better broken up because it's rather long:
"Dedicate time every day to sit with them, listen to them, find out what is bothering them and try to find solutions for them that help them get rid of what is bothering them, as well as take their advice in some life matters, which makes them feel important. "
The verb tense in that sentence should be: "Dedicate time ... to sitting, listening, finding out, etc.
"...and try to find solutions for them that help them get rid of what is bothering them" should be (if continuing the same sentence) "...and trying to find solutions that help them get rid of the things that bother them."
"And that their place is still reserved between family members and society in general, thanking them for what they do, and taking them to social events, all this can comfort them)."
This is an incomplete sentence because there is no main subject/verb. You could start it with something like, "We should let them know that there is still a place reserved for them among family members..."