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Summer Heat, Seniors, and Safety

By Walter L. Black, MBA, CSA | Jul 19, 2017

Senior Home Safety Collierville TN-If seniors don’t stay safe, if they don’t stay properly hydrated, and they don’t protect themselves from the sun, it can increase the risk of sunstroke, dehydration, and other serious health related issues.

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Rugs, Carpets, or Bare Floors: What’s Best for Senior Safety Issues?

By Christy Swadkins | Jun 28, 2017

Senior Home Safety in Las Vegas NV: When seniors have safety issues at home, whether it’s due to a health emergency, major surgery, injuries sustained in an accident, or simply the natural process of aging, they may have difficulty with mobility first.

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Safety Can Be Compromised When a Senior Suffers from Asthma

By William Butler | May 26, 2017

Senior Home Safety in Terrell TX: Anyone who suffers from asthma knows how frightening an attack can be. When you suddenly have difficulty taking in a deep breath, it can ratchet up the anxiety, making it even more difficult to calm down and inhale properly.

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Tips for Making Your Elderly Parent’s Home Safer

By Tracy Clark | May 8, 2017

Your parents have been married for more than 50 years. They are an inspiration to you and the rest of your family. During these past few years, though, they’ve called on you to help them with certain tasks around the house. You’ve been more than willing to help and you’re glad you live close enough…

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Including Mom’s Neighbors in Her Care May Improve Safety

By Denise Moser | Apr 28, 2017

Is your mother close to her neighbors? The longer people spend in one place, the more likely they begin building positive relationships with their neighbors, even if they don’t seem to have anything else in common and they are decades apart in age.

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3 Signs It’s Time to Talk to Mom About Safety Concerns You Have

By Greg Banks | Apr 27, 2017

As your loved ones get older, especially your parents or grandparents, you will probably notice the changes in their physical capabilities. Their body will lose muscle mass each and every year, regardless of how much exercise a person gets. When they reach their 70s or 80s, it’s going to be more difficult for them to exercise, but it’s also going to be much more difficult for them to maintain the kind of strength they had in the past.

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A Clear Sign Mom May Not Feel as Safe at Home as She Claims She Is

By Lynn at Interim | Apr 27, 2017

You’ve been talking to your mother almost every day for years. You have a great relationship with her. Lately, though, you’ve been concerned about some of the things you’ve heard her say and even your observations when you go to visit. You wonder about her safety.

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Staying Fit Can Improve Safety for Seniors

By Andy Niska | Jan 30, 2017

Senior Home Safety in Spokane WA: We often hear about how important exercise is for people of all ages. It’s just as important for seniors as it is for children, teenagers, and young adults.

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Hiring a Handyman Can Improve Safety for an Elderly Loved One

By Kyle Laramie | Jan 24, 2017

Senior Home Safety: Keeping seniors safer at home is often a top priority for family members.

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4 Strategies to Improve Safety for an Aging Loved One

By Kira Tewalt | Jan 16, 2017

Senior Home Safety in Washington D.C.: Staying safe is usually a top priority for parents looking after their young children. As those children get older, they most likely face increased risks, especially if they’re a bit wild and without abandon, involved in sports, or do other activities considered ‘risky.’

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