Oxygen, when misused, can be dangerous, even explosive. Used properly though it is a life saving tool. This article points out some of the safety precautions for you to consider.
Help a Senior In and Out of Bed Safely Getting in and out of bed safely is one of those things you never really think about. You just climb into bed, go to sleep, and wake up rested. But, as we age our body starts….
Kitchens can be a very busy place in the home. Special considerations should be given to its safe use and functionality. This article will help with a check list of potential issues.
Find solutions for the fall hazards in and around your home, especially around the entrance and exit doorways where Fall Prevention is often most needed.
This article provides you with s checklist for the home inspection of your entry doorways.
Trying to keep your home clutter-free can be a real challenge. But too much unorganized and unused stuff can become a safety risk for seniors. This article has pointers achieving clutter free living!
Choosing a good contractor may require a little more work than you’d expect. This article will help you ask the right questions of the right people.
Recovering from a Stroke: The Rehabilitation Team Recovering from a stroke is a team effort. If you are a caregiver of a patient recovering from a stroke, or you have had a stroke yourself, the months after you leave the hospital are an important time….
Injuries due to falls are not uncommon for seniors. Seniors may find that their home of many years has become full of fall hazards as they age. This article focuses on what can be done to provide a safe bathroom that will help prevent falls.
Are you and your loved one current on your flu shot and your pneumonia shot? The CDC has recommended certain vaccines for patients who are over 60 and for those who have diabetes, heart disease and COPD. Get vaccinated this fall! Learn more.