Oct 25, 2018 by Katie Fielmann
Winter is a great time of year. Many seniors enjoy the break from the sweltering heat and like getting out to enjoy the cool, brisk days of winter. Of course, winter is not much fun if you are sick or problems arise within or around the home. When preparing for winter, a little really does go a long way.
Consider these suggestions from Comfort Keepers’ at home senior care:
It's hard to get anything done when you’re under the weather, so the first step is keeping healthy. As the weather changes, seniors should
Getting out and about is important. Staying safe on the road starts with vehicle maintenance
Keeping up with the home's exterior protects the home and those inside. Be sure to
Inside the home, maintenance is a must
If your senior loved one needs help with their preparation, Comfort Keepers at home senior care can help. From assistance with emergency kits to arranging medical appointments and vehicle or home maintenance, caregivers will help your senior loved one be ready to take on Old Man Winter.
For more information about winter preparedness or to learn more about the many ways Comfort Keepers at home senior care can help your loved one maximize the safety and quality of their elder years, contact a care coordinator today.
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