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In-home Senior Care: Emergency Preparedness

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on Aug 2, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Life with a senior citizen can be unpredictable at times and for this reason, employers need to have plans in place in the event that an emergency happens. Senior citizens are some of the most vulnerable victims when weather disasters happen and they often live with health issues that require close monitoring, so having an emergency preparedness plan in place should be top priority. Here are some tips on how to prepare for emergency situations that can happen unexpectedly.

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Topics: senior safety, emergency plans

Seniors Alone During the Holiday Season & the “Holiday Blues”

Posted by Vanessa Vidal, FPC on Dec 10, 2013 4:02:00 PM

Although the Holiday Season is usually filled with excitement and celebrations, for some in their “golden” years, this can be one of the toughest times of the year.   The stress that comes with taking part in these special celebrations can be overwhelming for some.  Many people, regardless of age, can experience feelings of sadness, disappointment and depression this time of year which is often referred to as the “Holiday Blues”. This can be due to the extra stress that results when preparing for all of the fun holiday festivities, while still juggling all of the day to day of our busy lives.

Some seniors experience the “Holiday Blues” more intensely, while others are not affected at all ...  Life experience brings many changes with it, and our senior family members often reach a point in their lives when it becomes more difficult to adapt to change. During the Holidays, in particular, some reminisce about better times and the absence of their loved ones.  Some of their spouses or closest friends might even have already passed, and their grown up children have busy lives of their own now …

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Topics: elder care, senior care, senior safety, holiday

Seniors and Driving: Accessing Safety

Posted by Vanessa Vidal, FPC on Oct 14, 2013 3:17:00 PM

Most older Americans have been driving since they were teenagers and want to retain the independence that comes with being at the wheel. Growing older does not necessarily mean a driver is less capable; in fact, years of driving experience may make them a more conscientious driver. But changes that occur as we age, even for those who are in very good health, may affect a senior’s ability to be a fully safe driver.

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Topics: elder care, Hiring Elder care, senior safety, seniors and driving, elderly drivers

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