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Yes, We Often Notice ‘Unnecessary’ Risks Others Take When We Completely Ignore Our Own Safety at Home

By Andrew Dubler | Aug 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Turnersville NJ: Taking Unnecessary Risks

The child playing too close to the road. The teenager driving a little too fast down those back streets. The young adult becoming too interested in extreme sports and other activities. We see it all the time. It’s so easy for most of us to spot unnecessary risks or dangers to others when we completely…

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Reading About the Experiences of Others Could Benefit Safety for Seniors

By Kate Jenkins | Jul 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Far too often when we feel alone in life, we honestly believe no one else is experiencing the same things we are at that moment. We think no one could possibly understand what we’re going through, the challenges we’re facing, and therefore don’t believe there’s any real benefit in discovering that we truly aren’t alone.…

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Depression Could Affect Safety, Especially for Seniors

By Roy Kleinert | Jul 23, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Matawan NJ: Depression and Safety

Have you ever experienced a bout of depression? We’re not talking about clinical depression necessarily, but a sense of feeling down, ‘the blues,’ or as though you just didn’t want to get up and get moving certain days. Most of us have, and usually it’s not a major concern unless it becomes significant or prolonged.…

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Mom and Dad Want to Remain in Their Home, but You Know It Needs Serious Improvements

By Dr. Shelly Chinkes, DPM | Apr 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Princeton NJ: Making Home Improvements to Age in Place

Your mother and father are adamant. They are not moving. You’ve tried to convince them to downsize, get a house with a single level rather than dealing with the stairs, or even move in with you, your husband, and your family, but they refuse. They are comfortable where they are. They want to stay. They…

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