3 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Senior’s Smoke Detectors

As the weather gets cooler and your senior loved one starts using their furnace, fireplaces, and the stove more often now is the time to do a safety check of your senior loved one’s home. Seniors are more likely to die in a fire than other populations because if a fire occurs in their home,…

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What Home Safety Tips Are You Forgetting?

Aging at home is an essential part of your parents’ long-term care plan, but your parents have to be safe while doing it. You and your siblings need to make sure their home is safe for them to live in. You’ve looked at safety features like grab bars, smoke, fire, and carbon monoxide detectors, and…

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Be Prepared for Any (Realistic) Disaster: Senior Safety Tips for the Home

Disasters can strike at any time. For an aging senior, safety at home can be compromised in many ways, including through natural disasters. Whether it’s due to a hurricane, tornado, excessive rain that leads to flash flooding, high heat, extreme cold, or anything else, it is important to be prepared. Unfortunately, not many people actually…

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Can Mom Still Do Stairs?

As mothers and fathers age, stairs can become a challenge. Of course, there are good reasons to greet that challenge. Doing stairs can be good exercise. Stair stepping is a good workout for the heart, lungs, and leg muscles. It also helps individuals retain balance, flexibility, and coordination. Even just fifteen minutes a day of…

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Tips to Help Your Elderly Loved One Get Up Safely After They Have Fallen

One of the worries that family caregivers have is that their elderly loved one will fall when nobody is around. If your elderly loved one has not fallen yet, these tips for helping them to get up safely after a fall can help. If they have already fallen, be sure to use these tips if…

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Halloween Safety Tips for Elderly Adults

Senior Care in Sugar Land TX: Halloween Safety Tips for Elderly Adults

Senior Care in Sugar Land TX: Seniors can have a lot of fun at Halloween, but there are some safety tips that family caregivers and senior care providers should enforce so that the elderly adult stays safe and unharmed.

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