Creating a Winter Driving Plan For Your Loved One Aging In Place

The topic of driving is a very delicate one to discuss as loved ones age. It can be difficult to reach consensus on balancing safety and independence while the fear of losing some freedom may cause your loved one to take more risks. Winter can pose an increased risk to some with earlier sunsets and…continue reading

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Aging In Place Parents: A Checklist For Adult Children

Do you sometimes find yourself at work wondering about your aging parents? This is a reality for so many Connecticut residents who are balancing career and caregiver responsibilities. There can be peace of mind for adult children with a little planning to develop a joint plan with aging parents. A checklist below can help get…continue reading

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Connecticut Home Health Agency: Look For Signs of High Fall Risk

As we age, it is common to lose our steady, balanced gait – this is especially true among seniors.¬†Other factors, like certain medications and diseases, can increase difficulty with balance. To determine if a senior is at high risk of falling, watch for the following signs: A change in gait Difficulty getting in and out…continue reading

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