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Top Signs Your Aging Parent Needs a Medical Alert Device

01st November 2012
Aging can be insidious—it does not announce itself in a loud call or with a sign bearing big, bold letters. It creeps up on everyone’s lives, largely undetected. Often, the medical issues associated with aging become obvious only when the condition has be... Read >
Author: Stefanie Jeanne

Integrating a Senior Medical Alert System with Exercises to Help Prevent Falls

01st November 2012
While the use of a senior medical alert can be instrumental in preventing accidental falls among seniors, there is nothing more effective in falls prevention that helping the senior stay as physically fit as possible. Contrary to what may seem obvious, se... Read >
Author: Stefanie Jeanne

Step Ladders Review: Austin White Domestic Steps for Indoor and Outdoor Use

23rd September 2011
We will constantly have a box positioned on the highest shelf to take down, a picture frame to put up high, or a light bulb needing to be changed out. But you shouldn't use a chair for these tasks. Maybe you can take one of your kitchen chairs, set it up ... Read >
Author: JoeR871

Elderly Caregiver: How to Care for an Elderly Person or Senior?

11th March 2011
It is not always easy caring for an elderly person. Their physical condition, health issues and their emotional state can present challenges for you, the caregiver. There are no doubts that caring for an elderly person is admirable, but it certainly comes... Read >
Author: GC Nexus

Preventive Measures to Avoid Knee Pain

06th December 2010
Over time, most of our bones, joints and muscular tissues will be subjected to wear and tear which would make these organs less efficient in its function and also a lot more susceptible to damage. Therefore, it is very important to cater to these effects ... Read >
Author: Angel Rymes

Walk Softy And Carry A Big Walking Stick

08th February 2010
For the elderly, the advantages of walking canes can best be summarized by quoting Teddy Roosevelt's foreign policy, "Walk softly and carry a big stick". Seeing an elderly person walking along with the aid of a walking stick is not an unusual sight in its... Read >
Author: Big Tex Walking Sticks

The Advantages of Having a Cell Phone

18th November 2009
With the advent of new technology the way of communication is also changed. In very early days of history, pigeons were used as means of communication. Later, written messages are sent through letters by post. As the time passed, telephone came into exist... Read >
Author: Robin Huber

How to cope with loneliness as a senior

25th September 2009
Loneliness in a senior generates a feeling of depression, solitude, exclusion and suffering. There are innumerable citizens of above 60 years and above who are the victims of old age loneliness. Recent studies have revealed that the number of elderly wome... Read >
Author: Ruby

Get hold of a Seattle Carpet Cleaner and make your home Spick and Span

27th April 2009
Cleaning heavy carpets are quite an uphill task and our small vacuum cleaners often fail to do the job. Carper cleaning is a cumbersome job which may of us try to shun. That is why is its always prudent need to employ professional cleaners to do this tedi... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Buying Furniture for the Elderly with Special Needs

23rd February 2006
If you are challenged with buying furniture for an elderly person, there are a few things you should keep in mind as you start your search. First, how is that person's health and physical condition? Can he or she easily rise from and sit down into a ch... Read >
Author: Bob Benson
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