Posts from July, 2013

How to Keep Your Home Safe

Home is not an exception from the list of essential places that are prone to accidents; it is supposed to be the safest place on earth but it can’t stop bad occurrences from happening if they are bound to occur. Yes, we can’t make ourselves invincible from home accidents but there are ways to prevent… Read More…

How to Prevent Home Injuries

Your home is supposed to be the safest place for you and your family; it’s a place where you can sleep soundly at night and feel comfortable at all times but sometimes it is also where unprecedented fatal injuries happen. One dreaded but ultimately possible scenario would be a slip-and-fall accident on your 70-year-old mother…. Read More…

Summer Cooling Tips for Senior Citizens

For senior citizens, summer can be quite a challenging period – besides dehydration, the heat can also trigger all sorts of illnesses – that is why, whether they are living alone or with a career, it is important that they are kept cool and hydrated at all times. It is not enough that elders are… Read More…

Physical Exercises Reduces Seniors’ Falls

According to a report made in Cochrane Reviews by Lesley Gillespie, MD, and her colleagues from the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand, group exercise reduced fall risk by 15% and at-home physical activity lowered it by 22%. With nearly one-third of elderly patients at risk to falls every year, researchers have been very… Read More…

Independent Senior Citizens Safety Measures

It is admirable how some senior citizens can actually manage to live independently. However, given that their senses are not as keen as they used to be, it is important that they subscribe to various safety measures to ensure that they can live securely while they are alone in their homes. Every little detail counts… Read More…

Keeping a Burglar Off Your Property

Wireless Home Security designer FrontPoint offers tips on how homeowners can preserve and maintain a safe environment for their families in their houses. They say that in order to keep a burglar out of your property, you must first try and think like one. After doing so, you can employ various kinds of measures to… Read More…

How Seniors Can Stay Safe in Their Homes

It shouldn’t take a thief or a burglar to pose a threat on a homeowner’s safety in his/her own property – sometimes mere accidents like falling can already cause so much hazard, particularly for independent senior citizens. Because majority of emergency incidents that usually occur in homes are commonly caused by seemingly unimposing domestic accidents,… Read More…

Securing Your Safety in Your Home

One can never be too confident when it comes to home safety – no matter how wholesome your neighborhood may be, there are other various risks that you simply cannot ignore. In securing your family’s safety in the house, you have to take into account various considerations from ensuring that your doors’ locks are fully… Read More…

Accessibility for Handicapped Required in Establishments

People with disabilities can not solely confine themselves inside their homes in a wheelchair forever. These people are human beings and also need to find themselves happiness even in their own simple way. It’s alright to stay safety at home, but to allow these handicapped individuals to enjoy themselves once in a while is a… Read More…

Common Causes of Home Injury Death

Ideally, our home is a place where we should feel safe and secured. But then according statistics, more and more people die each year from injuries at home. This occurrence can be very risky knowing that minor injuries can actually lead to death. Falls are one of the common causes of home injury death. To… Read More…