Kitchen Safety Tips

Kitchen Safety Tips

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.

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Caregiving at Home

Caregiving

Caregiving has a positive effect on many good people. Learning to handle stress, putting others ahead of our selves, time management and other acquired skills can benefit us personally. That’s why we decided to put our 13+ years of caregiving experience to good use.

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Seniors and Dehydration

dehydration, Pouring a Glass of Water

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!

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Helping Aging Parents

Helping Aging Parents

There are many people today who are faced with helping their aging parents. If you are one of them, here are a few things that may help them to remain safe and independent.

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Doorway Hazards

Rubber Threshold Ramp

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.

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The Gift of Caregivers

Caregiver talking

For me, being a Caregiver is just the same as being family. We’re all in this together. Sure we all have our dreams and plans to change the world. And different members are in different places along “life’s journey”. But no matter what, we still….

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Cooking to Stop Diabetes

Swalling problems - Cooking to Stop Diabetic Patients

You probably know a few people who have diabetes. Maybe you have diabetes yourself. Diabetes is a disease that can be controlled, and even prevented. Unfortunately, diabetes has become increasingly common among populations of certain areas in the country. These places form the “Diabetes Belt.”

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Free Recipes for Healthy Living!

Still life with fresh tomatoes

The whole family will enjoy these recipes even if none of them have diabetes. If you are the cook at your house, you know the need for some new healthy meals sometimes. And this couldn’t be easier or cost less.

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At Your Front Door

Stairs are trouble for disabled.

Thresholds can be troublesome to cane, walker, and wheelchair users. If you have a threshold at any door over ¾ inch to 6 inches in height, a threshold ramp would be a good solution for that doorway.

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Diabetics and Their Caregivers

3D Effect Icon "Diabetes"

My Health Advisor is an online health advisory and information interactive questionnaire at the American Diabetes Association website. To learn more about it read more.

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