If you are an older adult with disability issues, your home should be adaptable and adjustable to this stage of your life. By looking at your home with a critical eye, you can prevent falling - the most common cause of household accidents.
“If you aren’t sure what modifications need to be made, you can always ask your adult children to provide some insight as to what changes you should make,” said Director of Operations Robert Bicanic, at Northbrook-based Senior Helpers serving the north and northwest suburbs to the Wisconsin border.“Another option is to have Senior Helpers provide a caregiver to help you achieve the task.”
Here are some ideas that can make your home safer for you.
These are just a few of the tips you can implement this Spring. If you would like to learn more about how Senior Helpers In-home caregivers can help you or a loved one, please contact Robert Bicanic at Senior Helpers: 847-564-7500 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Senior Helpers office is the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America Cares Affiliate office for all of Chicagoland. For the past five years, this office has been ranked as one of the Top Home Care Agencies in America.