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Six Home Modifications for Seniors to Maximize Life at Home

Six Home Modifications for Seniors to Maximize Life at Home

Aging at home can be a comfortable and economical option for most seniors. Most seniors feel safe and 'at home' in their dwellings. But they can be sites for dangerous accidents, slips, and falls. Plus, inappropriate lighting, clutter, and other settings that aren't senior-friendly can make it challenging for the aging adults of a family to perform daily living activities.

In this post, we've rounded up six home modifications for elderly persons that will help you create a safe and comfortable abode for your aging loved ones. Use these tips to help seniors age in place and make the most of their lives.

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The Caregivers Guide to In-Home Safety

The Caregivers Guide to In-Home Safety

When seniors fall, it can be more costly compared to younger people. It's essential to take preventative steps to help reduce the risk of your caree falling and injuring themselves. We've compiled these in-home safety tips and appropriate senior safety devices to help you go through your caree's home and ensure they aren't at high risk of injury. Use this as a home safety checklist for seniors when walking through the house.

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Three Tools for Convenience After Hip Surgery

Three Tools for Convenience After Hip Surgery

After hip replacement surgery, most patients stay in the hospital for three to five days before being released. On the day of discharge, immobility is very likely. Recovery from surgery is challenging, but it's notably less enjoyable when you are restricted from many of your everyday activities. It's best to plan ahead and have items in place in your home that will ease your recovery.

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