By Anna Hazard
Hearing Loss Phones
Many people are preparing to remain in their homes as they age. They are finding ways to accommodate their home for the use of a wheelchair and decreased mobility. A large population of people with age related challenges are looking for ways to live independently in their homes. There are currently more than 30 million Americans who use wheelchairs and those numbers continue to increase.
The bathroom can be one of the most dangerous places in your home.
To better accommodate wheelchair users and make the bathroom more comfortable for everyone, accessible design can be implemented and it can even be done without sacrificing style.
Taking inventory of the users capabilities and preferences can be a good start when planning the building or remodeling of an accessible bathroom.
When this situation occurs, it is important for a family member or a professional caregiver to provide a solution for weekly medication compliance, such as a pill organizer. Here are four tips for selecting a weekly, high-tech medication organizer for your loved one or patient.
As opposed to large single gifts, a gift basket can be filled with many different objects that can be personalized to an individual's taste, that can be used in various different situations, that can cover a wider range of both necessities and non-essential fun items, and yet still remain on the relatively inexpensive side.
Besides items that are explicitly related to caregiving, small objects for self care & stress relief tend to be particularly well received when it comes to gift baskets. Some further suggestions include...
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