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6 Devices Every Senior Needs in Their Home

6 Devices Every Senior Needs in Their Home

- Home Safety

We can all agree that getting older is not something we really look forward to. True, the experience and wisdom that come with the process are a fantastic bonus. However, the less-than-glamorous parts are often discomforting. The aches and pains, the trouble getting around, the fact that we are not as quick-witted as we used to be: it can get on a senior’s nerves.

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How do Medical Alert Systems Work?

How do Medical Alert Systems Work?

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There’s plenty of stress that comes with aging, failing health, or simply living alone. Knowing that help will be reachable immediately in case of an accident or a sudden medical crisis can do a lot to ease that stress. Whether you’re looking to ensure the safety of yourself or a loved one, a reliable medical alert system can take a huge load off your mind.

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How to Make Everyday Life Easier for Seniors

How to Make Everyday Life Easier for Seniors

- Senior Health & Wellness

Getting older is rarely considered fun. Sure, the experience and memories we amass may make up for the physical failings that assail all of us as the years pile on. Nonetheless, these physical limitations are what we tend to focus on.

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5 Reasons to Invest in a Medical Alert System

5 Reasons to Invest in a Medical Alert System

- Home Safety

The mere phrase “medical alert system” has an ominous ring to it. It’s highly evocative of hospitals and illness, and it brings to mind all kinds of associations with disease and disability.

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How to Choose a Medical Alert System

How to Choose a Medical Alert System

- Senior Home Safety

When a loved one is getting older, suffering from a serious health condition, or simply living alone, we tend to worry about them a fair bit. After all, you never know what might happen.

The same is true if we find ourselves in a similar situation and are worried about our health and wellbeing. Will we be able to call for help should we need it?

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Grab Bars, Toilet Risers, Walk-In Tubs: Bathroom Makeovers For Seniors

Grab Bars, Toilet Risers, Walk-In Tubs: Bathroom Makeovers For Seniors

- Home Safety Tips

Difficulty with self-care is one of the main reasons seniors move out of their own homes and in with family members or to assisted living communities. Activities like bathing and using the toilet are quite personal, and it can be uncomfortable having to ask for help. Fortunately, there are a number of bathroom modifications that help older people manage these tasks safely and comfortably.

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Senior Hearing Loss Affects Both Health And Quality Of Life

Senior Hearing Loss Affects Both Health And Quality Of Life

- Senior Health & Wellness

Hearing aids can help seniors with hearing loss stay healthier and happier, yet many are reluctant to wear them.  Cost is often a factor, because Medicare doesn’t cover hearing aids. However, there’s also the perceived stigma associated with “looking old.”

But remember: if you need a hearing aid, you’re in good company! Famous people with hearing loss include:

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Does Medicare Insurance Cover Medical Alert Systems?

Does Medicare Insurance Cover Medical Alert Systems?

Original Medicare plans (Parts A and B) don’t cover home medical alert systems, even though they appear to fall into the category of durable medical equipment, which is covered by Medicare. However, some Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans may include coverage for medical alert systems. There are other coverage options too. Veterans may get access to certain types of medical alerts through the VA. In some states, Medicaid may cover medical alerts through waiver programs designed to help people receive care in their homes.

If you need help paying for a home medical alert system, here are some options to consider.

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Aging In Place: Home Modifications To Prepare For The Rest Of Your Life

Aging In Place: Home Modifications To Prepare For The Rest Of Your Life

- Senior Home Safety

The vast majority of seniors want to maintain their independence by aging in place in their own homes. However, we all undergo physical changes as we age. If you’re hoping to age in place safely and comfortably, then your home should change right along with you.

Many homes require a mix of structural renovations, enhanced safety features, and decor changes. There are also a number of “smart home” solutions that increase safety and peace of mind for seniors and their families.

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