Change your tools, rearrange the area, and reduce the work in your kitchen to make your meal preparation safer and more convenient with these 8 kitchen safety tips.
Fall prevention planning may take some effort. But it’s worth it. Today, make some time to use the checklist in this downloadable brochure on safety to check for fall hazards around your home.
Two Steps to Prevent Falls at Home You’ve probably heard the expression, “Once burned, twice shy.” It means that once you’ve had a bad experience, you’re not likely to expose yourself to a risk again. That expression very well states what happens to a person….
Dehydration can be a real problem for anyone who gets over-heated, especially so for seniors. This article covers the whys and what now to help caregivers watch their loved ones for dehydration.
Summer time can be dangerous for some people, especially elderly who may be in a weak condition or perhaps taking medications that might cause reactions to heat or sunlight. Dehydration can cause serious problems. It’s important to Drink Up!
Don’t let dehydration ruin your summertime. Think and drink! Know the symptoms and risks of dehydration for you and your loved ones. Plan to prevent dehydration.
As we age we become more susceptible to dehydration. We thirst less, we are less susceptible to temperature changes and our bodies ability to conserve water is reduced. Be aware of the amount of water consumed daily.
An entrance which is problem-free makes returning home after an outing easier and safer for everyone. If getting out the door or in the door is a hassle for you, then a little planning and problem-solving is in order.
It’s hard to protect and clean your floors when you are stuck with dirty wheels. Many users of wheelchair,scooters and walkers use their equipment outdoors as they go about their day. But what to do during poor conditions like bad weather?
Sometime the smallest things done for a friend makes the biggest difference. Just being a friend can mean a lot to a caregiver.