Staycations are hugely popular these days, and a great way to enjoy some rest and relaxation without the added risks of travel. Here are suggestions for safe senior fun, right in your own backyard.
Here are tips on how to avoid common heat-related hazards, according to public health and National Institute on Aging (NIA) experts.
No matter your age, it is very important to take precautions against the sun. Here are a few ways you can keep yourself safe from the sun.
These devices help those living with Parkinson’s disease to navigate everyday living activities that pose challenges to them.
Nobody wants to be hoodwinked by a scammer. But watch out: the next bogus text, email or phone call could bring the scam to you — or a senior loved one like Mom or Dad.
While social distancing can feel scary for older adults living at home alone, it doesn’t have to. There are lots of easy ways you can equip yourself so that you feel prepared for any situation that might arise while you’re homebound.
Whether minor or major, vision issues can lead to serious health and safety mishaps. If you are struggling with vision problems, a Medical Alert system can provide protection and peace of mind.
Spring Cleaning is a great opportunity to tidy up and make your home feel a bit more “homey.” But it’s important to stay safe during all his cleaning. Try these five tips for safe Spring Cleaning.
With the winter season in full swing, accumulating snow can present a potential risk to senior citizens and others in poor overall physical health. Here are some tips for safe snow removal.
As you get older, it is important to stay warmer during the winter, but at the same time, you will want to remain safe. Here are some tips that are recommended by experts for keeping a home safe and warm.