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Safety Chronicles

How to hire the right personal care assistant

Finding the right personal care assistant (PCA) isn’t easy and is a tricky relationship to maintain.  After all, this person is either caring for you or someone you love and, while it’s technically a business relationship, it’s highly personal. The following are some tips to keep in mind when searching for the perfect person: Determine […]

No Do-Overs with Frigidaire Gallery® Dishwasher

Everyone has those times in their life when they look back and say “I should have done it differently.” For me it was rushing right off to college rather than taking time to travel and see the world. I always tell my kids that travelling is the best form of education you can have but […]

Survey finds Independent Living More a Concern than Dying for Elderly

Independent Living may not seem a big concern for people in their 30s but it is one of the primary concerns for the elderly.  This week Pfizer and several partners launched a social media initiative named Get Old.   This online community has been created to allow Americans to talk about issues of aging and how they […]

100 Deadliest Days for Teen Drivers

While most people may assume that teens driving in the thick of winter – when it’s dark, cold and wet – would be more dangerous than driving on sunny, warm days, a recent study from AAA states it is actually the summer months that are the most dangerous. In fact, the period between Memorial Day […]

“Not my kid, not my town, not my problem.”

A scandal is erupting in Rye, NY.  Last week, three high-school juniors were arrested for a hazing  incident involving several eight-grade students, one of whom was hurt so badly he ended up in the hospital.  All three are being charged as adults for hazing and unlawful imprisonment after brutally paddling the younger kids as part […]

New Mobile Phone Study by AT&T

PARENTS CAN RULE, KIDS CAN BE CRUEL, NEW MOBILE PHONE STUDY REVEALS  AT&T Commissioned Poll on Families’ Mobile Behavior Sheds Light on Rules-Setting and Bullying; AT&T Offers Modern Tools to Help Manage The AT&T Mobile Safety study of 1,000 parents and 500 children by GfK shows that there’s an opportunity for parents and kids to […]

Parenting Your Parent With Out Losing Your Mind and Money by Alison Rhodes, President of PALS Built

While there are plenty of books on the market on how to be a parent and “what to expect,” I’ve yet to see a book on “What To Expect When You Care For Your Aging Parents.” In a recent blog about the stresses of caring for your parent, Glenn Ellis points out that the emotional […]

Mom, Wife, Caregiver, Circus Performer?

Mom, Wife, Caregiver….Circus Performer?  I Didn’t Pack Enough for This Guilt Trip People often read about my story as The Safety Mom and say to me, “How do you do it?” What they are referring to is the fact that my son has special needs, my first died of SIDS, my husband has Multiple Sclerosis […]

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