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.
Before you get started with your holiday shopping, take a few minutes to dive into this holiday shopping survival guide. It’ll help ease stress while saving you money.
Seniors and their caregivers need to know how they can enjoy Halloween fully while also staying safe and healthy.
According to the National Fire Prevention Association, adults over 65 are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires. In order to lessen these risks, there are several tips that you can use to improve the fire safety of your home.
Are you ready should an emergency occur? Few things can help older adults prepare for an emergency better than a medical alert system.
While living alone certainly has its perks, it’s not without risk. Falls, accidents and power outages can be especially scary when you’re flying solo. Stay safe with these simple tips to make your home the safe-haven you want it to be.