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No Need to Adjust Who you Sleep with, Just How you Sleep Adjustable Bed vs. Hospital Bed

Has a person in your life started needing assistance getting in and out of bed?  Whether a person is convalescing or is in a state of declining physical health an adjustable or hospital bed will make providing care and assisting with mobility much safer and easier. Adjustable Bed versus Hospital Bed? Hospital beds do not… Read More…

Hold on to your Safety and Independence with Grab Bars

For aging and disabled people, common everyday living activities in the home can be challenging.  Grab bars provide security and facilitate movement for essential functions in the home.  In 2019, over 4 million people over the age of 55 experienced unintentional falls that resulted in emergency room visits1 and over 80% of older adult falls… Read More…

Is a Ramp Right for You?

Has leaving your home to become a challenge because of the steps or slope of your property?    Does using a walker, cane or other assisted mobility device make it difficult for you to use the walkway to your home?   Do you have heart or breathing difficulties that impact your ability to climb steps?  Are you… Read More…

Simple Steps for Keeping Seniors Safe on Stairs

Keeping Seniors Safe When On The Stairs

Whether you are constructing, remodeling, or making modifications of stairs for an older adult, it is imperative that you take measures that will ensure the safe usage. As a person ages, their movements typically become hindered and their mobility starts to become limited. A simple task – such as maneuvering up and down stairs –… Read More…

Christmas Gift Ideas for Seniors That Value Their Health, Safety, and Independence

Christmas Gift For Seniors

As Christmas draws near, many are struggling to think of the perfect gift for an aging parent, grandparent, or other loved older loved one. This is often a challenging endeavor because many of the seniors that we know and love often seem to have everything that they want and/or need. However, just as we are… Read More…

Ways to Motivate Passive-aggressive Employees

Leaders and managers often complain about their employees not being able to follow through after they agreed to a deadline or task. When dealing with these difficult employees, here are some things you can do to motivate such passive-aggressive type of workers. Remind your employees of the company goals. Use problem-solving statements. Encourage your employees… Read More…

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Home Safety Tips When on Vacation

Vacations, whether out of town or country, are one of the most exciting things that we look forward to during summer. But before you pack your bags and head to your destination, make sure you have properly secured your home to avoid awful surprises when you come back. Below are some tips on how to… Read More…

Managing Depression in a Senior Citizen Loved One with Dementia

Conditions of depression and dementia can certainly be a difficult combination for senior citizens. However, this phenomenon does exist and their caregivers may particularly perceive caring for them as a great challenge. An article from Agingcare.com offers tips on caring for a senior citizen suffering from depression and a case of dementia: Consider a more… Read More…

Signs of Depression in Bereaved Senior Citizens

For senior citizens who have lived many of their years with their partners, losing the latter can bring forth a significant level of shock, and may even lead to depression. If one of your parents has recently died and you are worried about the well-being of your bereaved parent, here are signs of depression that… Read More…