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4 Tips to Improve Safety at Home for Some Seniors

By Robert D'Arienzo | Jun 25, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Scotch Plains NJ: Improving Safety at Home

Improving safety in the home is a matter of paying attention to the details, understanding one’s own limitations, accepting personal risk, knowing what that means exactly, and taking the adequate steps necessary. Not everyone really understands safety is compromised with diminished physical capacity, ability, and mobility. Below are four tips that can help improve safety…

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Encouraging a Senior to Be More Proactive About Their Safety at Home

By Kate Jenkins | Apr 16, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Perth Amboy NJ: Being Proactive About Safety

You worry about your mother. Ever since your father passed away a few years ago she has refused a lot of help. You and your siblings have offered assistance, but you are the one who lives closest to her. However, she just doesn’t seem to take her safety very seriously and that has been a…

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Who Can Help with Home Repairs for Aging Seniors?

By Zack Demopoulos | Mar 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Glen Ridge NJ: Making Home Repairs

Getting older means having to deal with more challenges. It also means keeping up with general home maintenance will likely become more difficult or complicated. To keep seniors safer at home, modifications may be necessary. For example, grab bars could be a great asset. If somebody has never used a grab bar and doesn’t know…

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Remember, the Night Is Creeping in and Safety Could Be Compromised

By Robert D'Arienzo | Jan 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Cranford NJ: Safety at Night

Now that we have set our clocks back an hour, nightfall is happening sooner. In much of the country, between 5 and 5:30 PM is when the sun is setting. That means it’s getting darker earlier than it did in the summer and fall, and that can pose unique challenges to many, especially elderly men…

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