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Safety Tips

Personal Safety For Those Working The Night Shift

There are occasions when it doesn’t matter if you work in the “safest neighborhood” in the country - you just get a little worried if you have to walk to your car by yourself in the dark. If this is something that you’re faced with, there are steps you can take and technologies you can invest in that can help to improve your safety regardless of the hour.

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Fall Prevention Tips

Falls are the number one cause of injury and hospital visits due to trauma among people age 65 and older. We have a few tips on how to reduce falls.

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Keeping Your Latch-key Kids Safe At Home

Depending on how old your children are, chances are they are asking, “Why can’t we come home from school even if you’re not here?” or “Why can’t we stay home alone while you grocery shop?” It’s normal and natural for your children to want to assert their independence just as it’s normal and natural for you to want to put the brakes on that happening!

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Are You Distracted When You Drive?

Did you know that it’s not just teenagers who are driving distracted? It’s been shown that because there are so many Baby Boomers who own smartphones (about 40 million) that they are just as likely to be distracted by the phone and texting as teenagers.

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MOBILE SMARTPHONE PERSONAL SECURITY NOW AVAILABLE TO CONSUMERS NATIONWIDE

Two leading personal response technology leaders join to make industry award winning personal security smartphone app available to consumers anywhere, anytime for pennies a day.
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The Benefits Of Improving Your Balance

Statistics show that the primary reason that individuals over the age of 65 go to the emergency room is because of a trip or fall accident.  If you have good balance and remain active, the likelihood of falling is reduced.

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Don’t Miss Your Daily Medication

For years, seniors have been using pillboxes to help them remember to take their medication on a daily basis. As our loved ones age, their forgetful nature can many times create an issue when it comes to their medication schedule. As a caregiver, one of the most important things on our mind is their safety and ability to live as long as they can independently. Allowing your senior the ability to live independently starts with providing them with necessary tools they need to do so, safely.

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When Should Your Aging Loved One Stop Driving?

If your aging loved one is getting to the point that they are starting to need assistance in their everyday life, it can create a sense of hardship and stress for everyone.  Specifically, driving a motor vehicle is one of those things that may need to be addressed sooner than later as your aging senior gets to a certain age or a point where there is a medical concern. The decision to address driving as a concern can many times be a heart wrenching one, especially knowing that it may result in taking away their freedom and ability to feel independent.

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Travel Safety Tips For Women

No longer is business travel the realm of men. Women are traveling just as much as men to conduct business both in the United States and abroad.

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Common Concerns When Hiring An In-Home Aid

As your loved ones age, their ability to live independently dwindles to the point where they may need daily help. This causes stress and creates the need for a caregiver to make decisions on what to do next. Choosing a home health aid may be the first step to creating peace of mind and safety for your aging loved one. That in itself is a great step but can cause stress in picking the right person for the job. Even with the security of a home health aid, a medical alert device adds extra protection for those times when no one is around.

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