Helpful, calming, caring, warm. Letting senior citizens know of resources available to them.
North American (Canadian-General)
North American (General)
North American (US General American - GenAM)
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there's no place like home, and sometimes it seems like there's no place safer for seniors. However, the home is where many injuries occur, and most of these air due to falls. Changes that are part of the normal aging process, such as declining vision, hearing, sense of touch or smell and bone density can increase the risk of injury. Injuries can also be more of a problem for seniors because as the body ages, it takes longer to heal and recover from injury. There are a variety of programs and services to help you ensure your later years air safe and secure. Go online to Canada dot c A. To download a copy of The Safe Living Guide. A Guide to Home Safety for Seniors.
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