By Anna Hazard
While winter temperatures with their attendant weather (blizzards, ice storms, and hail, oh my!) can be a literal pain for all involved, health risks this time of year increase especially for seniors and those with disabilities. The dangers of hypothermia, falls and other accidents, as well as seasonal depression rise as the temperature decreases.
Keep the following tips in mind when it comes to safeguarding your elderly loved ones against the chill of mother nature.
Get a Head Start - Advanced Preparations in Autumn
Stock Up on Supplies
Winter Heating & Electricity
Direct Combat Against the Weather