How a Home Caregiver Can Help Keep Seniors Safe

There are many reasons to hire a home caregiver for a senior loved one. Home caregivers can help to relieve you of some of the stresses of caregiving, and can be with your loved one during times when you aren’t available. But home caregivers do more than just provide care – they can actually help…

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How to Create a Medication List for Your Loved One

Seniors are often on multiple medications, and they can contribute to the senior’s overall health. But in a medical emergency, it’s important for first responders, doctors, and anyone else involved in a patient’s care to know about those medications. This is where a medication list can be an important safety precaution. Does your loved one…

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5 Warning Signs It’s Time for a Senior to Stop Driving

Do you worry about Mom or Dad driving? Are you wondering if they’re still safe to be behind the wheel?  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and research by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, older drivers are more likely to be involved in car accidents than drivers in their thirties, forties, or…

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5 Tips to Prevent Falls for Seniors

In this article: House safety High risk areas Bathroom tips Helpful devices Falls can be a serious risk for seniors, especially when they live alone. As seniors age, they experience issues such as weakness, decreased balance, and impaired sight which can all increase their risk of a fall. And whereas a fall might not be…

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5 Must-Have Winter Safety & Preparedness Tips for Seniors

Winter Home Safety & Preparedness Tips for Seniors The winter brings a host of safety issues, but it can be particularly dangerous for seniors. The tips below can help you to keep your parent or loved one safe this winter. With the winter upon us, are you doing what you can to help a senior…

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