Category: Senior Independent Living
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Bathrooms can be quite hazardous ─ especially for seniors. Bathrooms typically have slippery surfaces, and nothing dependable to grasp in order to prevent falls.
Crime has inarguably evolved over the last few decades. Today’s wrongdoers have largely turned to hacking, scams, or fraud to get the money and/or personal information they want – often through digital means
Some seniors may suffer from malnutrition simply because they don’t want to make a meal for just one person, or eat alone.
More seniors today are digitally connected than ever before. This is so important as seniors suffer from social isolation and loneliness which can negatively impact their health and overall wellbeing
Driving is an extraordinarily important component of our independence, but as we get older, it can become more difficult because of physical or cognitive limitations.
About one third of the senior population over the age of 65 falls each year, but since many incidents go unreported by seniors and unrecognized by family members or caregivers – this estimate is most likely quite low.
Kitchens are one of the most dangerous areas of a home for seniors.
Driving gives us independence and control. Ensure your loved one’s safety behind the wheel by being attentive. For more information, contact Comfort Keepers today.
Seniors are usually reluctant to give up driving. Taking the car keys removes their own ability to drive \nto the store, church, senior center, or library ─ or to simply meet up with friends for coffee. The experience can be quite traumatic.\n