Senior Safety

Staying Connected with Your Long-Distance Parent

2020-08-05T20:41:26+00:00

Staying Connected with your Long-Distance Parent They say “distance makes the heart grow fonder,” but it certainly doesn’t make it easy to deal with missing your loved ones. Especially for seniors who live alone, they may be at a higher risk for depression if their loved ones live too far away to spend [...]

Staying Connected with Your Long-Distance Parent2020-08-05T20:41:26+00:00

7 Tips for Securing Senior Independence

2020-07-06T16:27:04+00:00

7 Tips for Securing Senior Independence Seniors have spent several decades building a life and a home that matters to them, raising children, pursuing careers, traveling the world, and saving money for retirement. In other words, they’ve lived and made decisions independently for longer than they can remember. It makes sense why many [...]

7 Tips for Securing Senior Independence2020-07-06T16:27:04+00:00

Signs Your Loved One Needs Help with Activities of Daily Living

2020-07-06T20:35:42+00:00

Signs Your Loved One Needs Help with Activities of Daily Living As seniors age, many discover that simple activities and tasks, such as driving to the grocery store, have become more difficult. While these new struggles cause frustration and shame, some lost skills can be dangerous to senior health and safety. A term [...]

Signs Your Loved One Needs Help with Activities of Daily Living2020-07-06T20:35:42+00:00

Recognizing & Preventing Elder Abuse

2020-06-16T22:06:53+00:00

Recognizing & Preventing Elder Abuse If you care for a senior, you know that speaking up for their safety is so important! Unfortunately, many seniors suffer abuse from people who are supposed to care about them. Because many seniors face physical and mental health problems as they age, it becomes more difficult for them [...]

Recognizing & Preventing Elder Abuse2020-06-16T22:06:53+00:00

Senior Safety on the Road

2020-01-13T22:55:54+00:00

Senior Safety on the Road For many teenagers, driving a car represents one of their first steps into adult freedom. They can go where they want to go, they have some freedoms and responsibilities with their friends, and they get to practice good decision making skills at a whole new level. Driving is such [...]

Senior Safety on the Road2020-01-13T22:55:54+00:00