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6 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Your Aging Parent

6 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Your Aging Parent

When your parent(s) come to live with you in a home you haven’t actually designed and equipped with them in mind, a lot of different emotions and thoughts are likely to arise. No matter how much you love them and how well you get along, you will at least at some point feel a bit of resentment and overwhelm. That’s especially the case if their health issues are considerable and need to be carefully monitored.

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Living Alone? How to Ease Some of Your Fears and Anxieties

Living Alone? How to Ease Some of Your Fears and Anxieties

Living alone at any age, but especially as a senior, can be a somewhat frightening and anxiety-inducing experience. After all, most accidents happen in the home, so there’s that fear of having a fall down the stairs and being unable to call for help. Then there’s also the fear of home intrusion, as well as that sense of loneliness that can sometimes set in.

No matter how old you are, if you live alone, here’s some advice to help you feel at least a little bit safer and a little more relaxed on your own.

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Choosing the Perfect Gift for the Senior Members of Your Family

Choosing the Perfect Gift for the Senior Members of Your Family

Gift giving, as wonderful as it is, can sometimes also cause a bit of a headache. And if the person you’re gifting is difficult to buy for, it can be a real struggle.

You can also find yourself facing a different kind of challenge – for example, you may be out of touch with what teenagers like to get these days. Or, you may find it difficult to find the right gifts for the senior members of your family.

In this post, we’ll look at seven gifts you should consider for your beloved seniors, from the simple and inexpensive to the indulgent and with a slightly higher price tag.

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6 Devices Every Senior Needs in Their Home

6 Devices Every Senior Needs in Their Home

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?

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 Choose a Medical Alert System

How to Choose a Medical Alert System

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

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

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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