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Removing Clutter from an Elderly Parent’s Home Might Improve Safety

By Edward Harrison | Jan 15, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Greer SC: Removing Clutter

Clutter can be dangerous. It can be dangerous for a person in their 20s, 40s, 60s, 80s, and any age in between. The longer a person stays in the same house, though, the greater the chances clutter begins to develop. People often have a tendency to collect items, hold onto things too long, and not…

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Sore Joints Can Affect Safety for Seniors

By Edward Harrison | Jun 7, 2017 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Seneca SC: Joint Pain

When a person is dealing with arthritis, it can affect them in many ways. The older a person is, the greater the risk of developing arthritis. If an elderly person has arthritis, it could directly impact their safety at home. Even if they don’t have arthritis, sore joints -such as a sore knee, ankle, or…

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3 Things Many Families Wish They’d Known About Elder Care and Safety Sooner

By | Dec 21, 2016 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Greenville SC

Senior Home Safety in Greenville SC What is it about elder care that confuses so many Americans? Many family members assume they are the best choice to take care of an aging parent or other loved one. As people get older, they may deal with physical limitations due to diminishing strength or perhaps a medical…

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Keeping Frail Seniors Safe While Also Active

By Edward Harrison | Nov 16, 2016 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Anderson SC

Senior Home Safety in Anderson SC One of the inevitable aspects of life is that as we get older it will become more difficult to maintain the strength we had in our youth. For seniors in their late 60s, 70s, and 80s, even if they exercise regularly, they will begin to lose muscle mass each…

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