Posts from March, 2017

Tips on How to Ensure Senior Safety at Home

Anything can happen to your senior loved ones who are living independently at home. To help ensure their own safety, here are some tips you should keep in mind. Install a home surveillance system to allow you to check in your senior loved ones via smartphone. Install a panic button so emergency services will be… Read More…

Tips for Elderly People Who Visit the Emergency

According to statistics, roughly 19.6 senior citizens visited the emergency department in 2009 and 2010. And because this can be a very stressful experience, here are some quick tips to keep in mind when you have a senior loved one visiting the emergency department. Always have your medical history and information handy. Ask your physician… Read More…

Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Assessing your space and make sure it is free from any potential hazards is a great way to help prevent falls in senior citizens. Remember that hazards can be present in every room including bathrooms and staircases. To help ensure the safety of your elderly loved ones, here are some tips. Make sure your shower… Read More…

Tips on How to Take Care of Senior Loved Ones at Home

Many seniors prefer to receive treatment at home instead of a hospital. That being said, it is important for you to make some changes in your own home to make it a safer and more usable space.  Below are some tips on how you can adjust your home. Install offset door hinges in narrow doorways…. Read More…

Tips on Preventing Falls in Older Adults

According to CDC data, fall is the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries among senior citizens. This is especially true for older adults who are living independent lives. Below are some fall prevention tips for your elderly loved ones. Exercise regularly to help improve balance. Visit your physician for regular vision checks. Get rid… Read More…