Posts from December, 2016

Ways to Secure Your Tiny Home

Your home is indeed a priced possession. It is where you build memories with your loved ones as well as keep your valuable belongings. And with, it is very important that homeowners find ways to help keep their properties safe and secure. Below are some tips on how to increase your home’s security level. Make… Read More…

Tips on Keeping Elderly People Safe During Harsh Weather

Winter is almost here which is why we need to make sure that our elderly loved ones are prepared for the potentially harsh weather ahead. If you have seniors at home, here are some tips on how you can keep them safe and warm all throughout the winter season. Set your thermostat at a comfortable… Read More…

Tips for Safe Home Heating

With winter season just a weeks away, people are turning to their heating systems for warmth and comfort. However, because of the increasing fire incidents all over the country, homeowners are encouraged to take precautions when heating their homes. Here are tips for safety home heating. Go for an electric heater that has a UL… Read More…

Healthy Living Tips During Senior Safety Day

On December 6 at Trinitas Core Building, experts in transportation, safety and nutrition were given the opportunity to help elderly people live a healthy life. Hosted by Lifelong Elizabeth, the discussion was created to increase the self-sufficiency and independence of seniors. Officers from the Traffic Division warned seniors to always pay attention when crossing the… Read More…

Safety Tips for Seniors This Winter

The weather this winter is expected to be colder as compared to the recent years.  And truth is, the harsh conditions can be a particularly challenging for elderly people. In order to help prevent falling and slipping during this time of the year when older adults are likely slower to adjust to the extreme weather,… Read More…

Ways to Improve Home Safety

Falls are considered the leading cause of injury among elderly people. Some of the reasons fall accidents happen include poor lighting, difficulty getting around and trip hazards. Now to make sure that your home is safe from falls, here are some safety tips to keep in mind. Get rid of all the items that accumulate… Read More…

Tips on How to Keep Your Loves Ones Living Alone Safe

According to a survey, roughly 12.5 million seniors lived alone in 2014. For these individuals, safety can be a real challenge especially that they are susceptible to falling and other accidents.  To ensure their safety while living alone, here are some tips that can help. Keep a list of emergency numbers in your purse or… Read More…