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Safety Tips

Nighttime Dangers Due To Falls

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one-third of adults 65+ will encounter a fall every year. In order to avoid falls, especially during the nighttime hours, there are some steps that can be taken to lessen their chances of having a medical emergency.

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Senior Safety Tips

Even though National Older Americans Month has wrapped up, safety in the home is a year-round issue that caregivers need to be aware of. Just as our parents age we may find ourselves in need of “age-proofing” the home just as we “baby-proofed” the home when our children were younger.

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Tips for Managing Medications, Activities & Lifestyles

Maintaining your health and staying safe is essential if you want a happy tomorrow.  There are many things you can do, regardless of your age, to plan for a healthy and productive lifestyle.

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Causes And Warning Signs Of Dehydration

As temperatures soar, it’s important to drink plenty of water, especially if you’re outside and participating in activities. Dehydration, the loss of more water than you’re taking in, is a serious health risk during the summer months. But did you know that it can be a concern year round?

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Lawnmower Safety

Wearing a medical alert device while mowing can mean the difference between quick treatment and more serious consequences. As long as the medical alert pendant worn on the body is within 360-480 feet of the base unit, in the event of an emergency, the push of the button will alert LifeFone’s  care agents that help is needed.

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Tips For Avoiding Senior Mishaps

Falls are a real concern for our maturing population, as well as for the wellbeing of our families and ourselves. According to Colorado State University (CSU), one-third of all Americans over the age of 65 will encounter a fall in the near future, and of those, 33 percent who experience a fall, nearly 70 percent of them will fall again in the following year. As stated by CSU, "falls are the leading cause of medical emergencies in individuals 65 or over," making them a concern for those who are in that age bracket.

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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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Five Tips For Traveling During The Holidays

One of the greatest gifts you may give to your aging relatives or parents could be the gift of travel during the holidays. What better way to celebrate than by having the entire family together? If, however, your parents are elderly, travel could be problematic if not carefully planned for.

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Ten Safety Tips For Seniors During The Holidays

The holidays are a happy time of year, but according to the National Insurance Institute, it is the time of year with the highest incidence of fire and theft. Whether you’re a senior or caring for a senior, there are precautions that can and should be taken to make this holiday a safe and enjoyable one for everyone.

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Staying Safe During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is usually a joyful time of year meant for getting together with family and friends. It’s a time to reflect on our lives and loved ones, and certainly a time for cel­ebration. The holiday season, with its festivities and decorations, is not without its health and safety risks. In fact, it can be one of the most dangerous times of year for seniors.
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