Tag Archives: home safety

Snow Days and Caregiving

Remember the excitement you felt as a kid when you got a snow day?! Your imagination went wild as you fantasized of the snow fort you would make next to your perfect snow man. Unfortunately as we age, snow days … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: The Most Dangerous Room in the House

For those of us providing in home care for an elderly loved one, safety is fairly constantly on our minds. We know that even a small fall, a fall that would be laughed off by a younger person can be … Continue reading

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Honesty and Empowerment

We’ve all heard the phrase “honesty is the best policy” and, for the most part, it’s true.  Now there are certain exceptions to this rule, for example if your spouse asks you if her pants make her look fat, I … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Safeguarding Your Loved One’s Home

By Julie Davis, Chief Content Officer, http://www.parentgiving.com Whether living at home, living with a family member or living in a senior residence, for seniors home safety is a top priority, both to increase independence and prevent a life-threatening fall and … Continue reading

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