Home Safety NJ

Ways to Secure Your Home from Intruders

With the increasing number of break-ins incidents in the past few months, keeping your home safe and secure is very important. Below are a few ways to keep the intruders off your home. Lock all doors and windows. Take time to get to know your neighbors. Install lights outside your home. Install window and patio… Read More…

How to Protect Your Home Against Flooding

Storms and flooding during monsoon season can definitely take a toll on your property. Now if you want to make sure that your family and home are safe against flooding, here are some tips. Check your roof and foundation for leaks and cracks and make sure to fix them right away. Keep all your electronics… Read More…

Prepare Your Home for Hurricane Season

According to experts, preparing your home before hurricane hits can indeed help prevent damage to your property. While there is no way for you to stop the storm, you can definitely protect your assets from getting destroyed. Here are tips on how you can prepare your home for hurricane season. Prevent falling limbs by trimming… Read More…

Safety Tips for Senior Citizens

Elderly people are usually the ones who protection against fraud and identity theft.  Now to make sure that your senior loved ones are safe from these threats, here are some tips. Pay close attention to your surroundings and report anything that appears suspicious. Keep your doors and windows locked when you are at home. Never… Read More…

Security Tips for a Safer Home

When it comes to securing your own home, there are still so many other things you can do than just keeping your doors locked and telling your children not to talk to strangers. Below are some tips on how to make your home safer for you and your family. Secure your mailbox and make sure… Read More…

Protecting Your Home from Home Invasion

Home invasion is very rampant in various cities these days. To help prevent break-ins in your own property, the Marquette Police offers the following tips. Take time to get to know your neighbors and make sure to look out for each other. Keep your doors and windows locked all the time. Call your local police… Read More…

Ways to Prevent Falls among Seniors

Falls are one of the many concerns of individuals for their elderly loved ones who are living alone. While these accidents are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries for senior citizens, they can actually be prevented. Below are some tips. Encourage your elderly loved ones to exercise daily. Have the doctor review and… Read More…

Safe Driving Tips for Seniors

Many older adults today still want to continue driving despite some difficulties. But the question is, “How can you tell if the person is no longer safe to drive”? Below are some tips that will ensure safe driving for your senior loved ones. Observe both medical and physical changes that affect driving. Check if the… Read More…

Healthy Eating and Hydration Techniques for Seniors

One of the most prevalent problems among senior citizens during summer time is dehydration. And because such issue needs to addressed, Diane Alpern with the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts provided tips on how to stay hydrated and eat healthy to a group of 12 seniors at the Greenfield Senior Center. During the presentation, Alpern… Read More…

Helping Seniors Move into Assisted Living

Moving your elderly loved one to a senior living community can be a stressful experience for the whole family. In order to help make the transition easier and stress-free for the new resident, here are some tips. Find the perfect senior living community by checking the quality of the care facility. Allow your senior loved… Read More…