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I'm learning a lot from all of you. Congratulations! Where I can find non disposable (washable) bed pads? Reply: Great question. Incontinence bed
Briefly: Just had a stair lift installed for elderly parents. I ordered this with their knowledge and consent. Mom is 87 & Dad is 99; he has serious
This really has been a bad year for Influenza. We lost my Father on December the 20th, 2012, to infection from Pneumonia. He had a really hard time with
A guide to home safety for elderly and seniors to ensure maximum independence and safety.
Information to help you choose a scooter carrier including: who should use, recommended features, cost, things to consider and more.
Information to help you choose wheelchair lifts for vans which will make it easier for elderly who use wheelchairs to travel in their community including: who should use, recommended features, cost, things to consider and more.
Choosing the right lifts for your elderly parents can improve their safety and allow them to remain in their own home for longer. This article discusses stair, wheelchair, personal elevators, ceiling, hoyer, pool, recliner lift chairs and more.
My mother used to be very particular about cleanliness. But in the last few years she lets any pets do their business in her apartment. She actually had
Information to help you choose a dumb waiter that can make life easier for the elderly in your life including: who should use, recommended features, cost, things to consider, other lift options and more.
Information and resources to help you choose a pool lift for you or your elderly parent including: who should use, recommended features, cost, things to consider, other lift options and more.
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