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Done Properly, Downsizing Can Be a Liberating Experience for Older Adults

Done Properly, Downsizing Can Be a Liberating Experience for Older Adults

Downsizing is a major lifestyle change for seniors, a transition that must be approached carefully and systematically to succeed. Finding a suitable new home and getting rid of cherished belongings with years of memories attached to them is a process that needs to be taken seriously to make everything go smoothly.

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Shower Seat Guide

Shower Seat Guide

Photo by Denny Müller on Unsplash Adding a bench or seat to your bathroom can help make bathing a more relaxing experience, as well as help to improve mobility and bathroom safety. Depending on who is using the shower seat and how it’s being used, there are different advantages based on the seat style. We’ve put together a list of some of the styles available and some things to take into consideration when selecting shower seat. Shower Stools Shower stools are specifically designed for wet environments and feature non-slip textures. It’s a great option for people who need a place to rest while showering, or a...

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Spring Shower Renovations

Spring Shower Renovations

Spring is a time for renewal and a time to embrace change. It’s a perfect time to prepare for the future and invest in your home to age in place.

The bathroom is a great place to start updating your home to age in place. Upgrades can be as small as adding a grab bar and hand shower, or as comprehensive as a full bathroom renovation. Both small and large upgrades can have a positive impact on the safety of your home.

We’ve put a list of ways to begin renovating and upgrading your bathroom and how making these changes can improve the accessibility of your home.

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How Alzheimer’s Caregivers Can Make a Home Safer by Focusing on Fall Prevention

How Alzheimer’s Caregivers Can Make a Home Safer by Focusing on Fall Prevention

When it comes to making a house safer for someone with Alzheimer’s disease, the primary focus should be on fall prevention. Sure, there are other strategies and modifications that go into senior safety, but when it comes to across-the-board risk, falls are king. According to the National Council on Aging, falls are the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries in seniors.

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Paying for Long-Term Care: How Seniors Can Plan for the Future

Paying for Long-Term Care: How Seniors Can Plan for the Future

Photo via Pixabay by QuinceMedia Saving money for the future is a big job, and it sometimes takes years to get a good amount set aside. For those who want to ensure they have enough savings for their post-retirement years, it can be a huge source of stress to try and pad a savings account for all future needs. After all, you never know what the next five or ten years will bring. As a senior, it’s important to think about the possibility that you may require long-term care, which can be very costly. This type of care usually follows...

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