Safety tips for seniors who live aloneBarry Smith
Most seniors want to be able to age in place, but a consequence of that can be there is lots of time when they are alone. But knowing how to prepare your surroundings in case something happens is a big step for making sure that it doesn’t get worse.
Not only are older adults more susceptible to falling, but they’re also at higher risk of falling victim to thieves and criminals, according to Health in Aging. Safety and security is key for living a healthy and happy independent life. Consider these tips for protecting yourself while living alone: