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Caregiving: Assessing home safety – The Times and Democrat

Most homes are not safe for caregiving. The caregiver should explore each room in the home to understand the hazards that could occur to the family member or friend you will be caring for. There should be a raised toilet seat, grab bars, not skid mats and night lights through out the home.

Key Takeaways:

  • Care giving and assessing home safety.
  • With advice from your loved one or friend’s healthcare team, you may need to make some changes for the comfort and safety of all who live there.
  • Take some time to look closely at each room where your loved one or friend may spend time, paying special attention to the bedroom, bathroom, and hallways.

“Take some time to look closely at each room where your loved one or friend may spend time, paying special attention to the bedroom, bathroom, and hallways.”

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