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One Simple Modification Can Improve Safety for Many Seniors at Home

By Michelle DeFilippis | Mar 27, 2018 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Springfield VA: Installing Grab Bars

Sometimes it’s easy to believe that making various renovations to improve safety for a senior at home will require a significant investment, major work, and a bit of a hassle. Well, even if it is a ‘hassle,’ it is well worth the inconvenience if it keeps an aging person safer at home. However, there are…

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Why Security Entry Doors May Improve Safety for Some Seniors

By Julie and Brendan McCormick | Nov 27, 2017 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Fairfax County VA: Securing Doors

The elderly are often the subjects of more break-in attempts by burglars and thieves. They’re also more commonly the target of con artists and scam artists who will go up to their door, dressed as though they are utility workers, and then they tried to force their way into the house. This can pose a…

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Is It Really Safe for Dad to Remain Living at Home Alone?

By Michelle DeFilippis | Sep 26, 2017 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Falls Church VA: Is Dad Safe at Home?

If you have any concerns about an aging parent or other loved one at home alone, such as your father, where do those concerns begin? A lot of people have a difficult time pinpointing exactly what they are concerned about, but they have seen the subtle changes in his physical capabilities, the difficulty he has…

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Knowing When and How to Help an Aging Loved One Stay Safe at Home

By Cliff Glier | Jun 23, 2017 | 0 Comments
Senior Home Safety in Leesburg VA: Knowing When and How to Help

You’ve been noticing a change in your father’s physical capabilities lately. You’re afraid to talk to him about your concerns, though, because the last time you discussed some of your concerns, he got agitated and angry. He thought you were questioning his manhood, his independence, and his ability to look after himself and your mother.…

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