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Keeping Burglars Out And Seniors Safe

Independent living may imply that you need to make decisions to guarantee your safety and security especially when you are not at home.

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Getting The Most From Your Medical Alert Service

You’ve made the final decision on a medical alert system and though it seems like a once-and-done decision, there are many ways you can ensure you are getting the most out of your service.

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Will Insurance Pay For Home Medical Alert Systems

When caregivers are shopping for home medical alert device equipment for their aging parents, one question that will inevitably come up is, “Does insurance cover the cost of my home medical alert system?” The short answer is, “It depends.”

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Mobility Issues Effecting Seniors

It’s no surprise to anyone that slips and falls are more likely to occur as we age and are more likely to cause injury in seniors. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that about 1 out of 3 individuals older than 65 years of age falls and 30% of those people experience a medical injury such as broken hips or head trauma. Subsequently, the recovery time and damage caused by the fall could create a lifetime of troublesome living while adding to the degree of danger as our loved ones age.

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Recognizing the Signs of Hearing Loss

Losing your hearing is a progression that generally takes place over years and is hard to recognize. Commonly, the first sign is that individuals conversing with you appear to murmur.  You may find yourself asking friends and family to speak up or talk louder.  You may also notice that women and kids are a bit harder to hear as their voices are commonly higher in pitch with softer tones.

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Implement These Steps Now To Retire Well Later

Everyone wants their retirement time to truly be the Golden Years, but for some seniors, retiring means having to scrimp and not having access to enough funds live the life they’d always dreamed of.

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Pets Help The Elderly Stay Active

As we age, we need to make some difficult decisions and one of those might be, should we get a dog to help keep us company and help protect the house? It’s a difficult decision for myriad reasons including: who will care for your pets if you can no longer age in place, do you have the strength and energy to house train a new puppy or does your lifestyle lend itself to bringing a dog into the home?

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Providing Whole House Protection

Consider these statistics: There are more than 350,000 house fires in the United States on an annual basis; 2,000 deaths occur from carbon monoxide poisoning; and an additional 10,000 are injured from carbon monoxide in the home. This is not something that anyone typically wants to dwell on, but if you’re a caregiver dealing with parents who want to age in place, keeping them safe in the home is likely top of mind.

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Caring For Yourself As You Care For Others

A recent study showed that nearly one in five caregivers in the United States provides more than 40 hours of care to a loved one every week. That is startling when you realize that many of those caregivers, the so-called Sandwich Generation, are also caring for families of their own as well as pursuing full time careers. It’s no wonder that so many adults are being faced with fatigue and chronic illnesses as stress takes its toll on your body both mentally and physically.

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How To Help Seniors With Spring Cleaning

One of the chores this time of year is typically to spring clean a house. Spring cleaning tasks are a way for families to connect and spend time together while clearing out the winter doldrums and opening up the windows (literally) to spring and summer. Talk with the seniors in your life and see if they would like help with a spring cleaning weekend. You can wash windows and walls together, clean curtains and perhaps even change from heavier winter curtains to breezier summer ones. Use this time to check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as well.

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