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VTech Survey onTop Concerns for Seniors and Caregivers

VTech Survey Finds Communication and Isolation Top Concerns for Seniors and Caregivers The ability to remain connected and the safety concerns of being alone are the top issues on senior’s minds according to a recent surveyconducted by VTech Communications. The VTech Caregiver/Senior Communications Survey found that caregivers worried most about the time seniors were alone, […]

VTech CareLine Phone for Seniors

I’ve become an emotional wreck worrying about my parent’s safety.  There needs to be a support group for adult children scared to death that their aging parent is going to fall, or incur an injury in some other manner.    I know I’m not alone in my concern.  With 10,000 people turning 65 years of age […]

Accessible Home Living – The Aging in Place Alternative to Nursing Homes

Accessible Home Living’s premier product is the custom Accessible Modular Home Addition.  Designed specifically for the occupant(s) current and future condition as well as the host home’s architectural lay-out.  Our 8-week installation process is the ideal way to provide “privacy with proximity” to a loved one, thus making the transition to “family care” emotionally seamless.  […]

The Newtown Tragedy – The Power of Gun Control and Prayer

Courtesy of Yahoo Ever since Friday night I’ve seen dozens of blogs being written about the incomprehensible tragedy that occurred in Newtown, CT.  As the Safety Mom, I felt that I should write something but, until now, words have escaped me.  There are no safety tips to give kids.  And this time, I was at […]

Red Envelope makes shopping in my slippers a reality!

Red Envelope offer unique gifts, affordably priced online shopping for everyone I might be one of the few people that HATES Black Friday shopping or venturing into a mall on any day.  I’m a huge believer in online shopping for all my gifts so I can sit on my couch with my slippers on, have […]

Twitter Party! The Real Family Holiday #SaneXmas

OK, who’s tired of the holiday commercials showing happy, smiling families joyfully opening presents with perfectly behaved children? Seriously?! Most moms realize these picture perfect family moments don’t really exist.  We’re exhausted by the end of the holidays from trying to keep the peace, make everyone happy and not having grandpa burn down the Christmas […]

Top 5 Must-Haves for an Aging Parent Living Alone

When visiting with your aging parent living alone over the holidays, take some time to check over their home to ensure they are as safe as possible. There are many things to check for to ensure they are still safely living independently. I recently wrote about signs to look for in your loved one’s habits […]

5 Signs That Your Aging Parents May Need Help

Visiting your aging parents for the holidays after not having seen them for a while can be eye-opening.  You might notice some changes – confusion when they’re relaying a story,  less agility when they’re getting out of a chair – but there also could be some serious red flags that your parents might need the […]

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