Poor eyesight and hearing, along with arthritis, dementia, and elder abuse, can make the home a dangerous place for the average senior. Read on to learn more about potential safety hazards and how to create a safer home environment even if you live alone.
If you’re worried about the senior loved one in your life falling at home, there are modifications you can make that can substantially reduce their risk of serious injury. Taking a room-by-room approach, let’s look at some budget-friendly modifications you can make to help prevent your loved one from falling.
Sadly, senior scams are all too common. To help, here are 5 steps you can take to protect vulnerable seniors from financial fraud.
As the mercury rises in the summer, so does the chance that a senior will suffer from a heat-related problem. Make sure to keep them safe!
For seniors, getting into an overly repetitive routine that doesn't engage them mentally can end up taking a serious toll on their health. To prevent that, here is a list of 5 activities to help seniors remain mentally stimulated.
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Unfortunately, bathrooms are a fall hazard and particularly so for seniors with reduced coordination, strength, and failing eyesight. What are some ideas for designing a safe bathroom for seniors?