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Safe @ Home Senior Care

Safe @ Home Senior Care works with the mission to ensure that all of our clients receive consistent, trusted, reliable care to keep them safe, happy, and independent in their homes, wherever they call home.

4 Doable Tips When Reducing Your Aging Dad's Risks of Falling

Your aging dad's sense of balance may be diminished due to old age. As a result, he may fall at any time. This may cause serious physical damage to his body. Furthermore, there may also be other factors present that increase fall risks in your loved one.

How You Can Help Keep Your Senior Mom's Brain Active

A healthy brain is essential for a person to function normally and get through daily life. However, as a person ages, the brain becomes less healthy due to lesser mental activities. As a result, many tend to become forgetful of things, names, places, and more.

The Benefits of Elderly Health Care at Home

Elderly home care is definitely an ideal choice. From companionship to light housekeeping, to mobility assistance and medication reminders, there are a host of home care solutions that can greatly improve a senior’s quality of life.

Exercise Tips for Seniors

Well, you know what they say, it’s never too late to exercise! Age has this way of making people sedentary. This may be due to the various problems brought about by aging like health issues, pain, weight gain, or worries about slipping and falling. So are any of these the reasons why you aren’t exercising, or could it be that such an activity is simply too demanding for you? Well, none of that matters because you need to do it! Your health calls for you to engage in exercise activities now more than ever. You’ll find that doing so will make you feel better than ever!

9 Strategies to Effectively Communicate with Someone Who Has Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia can progressively diminish a person’s capability to communicate.

6 Ways You Can Help Your Loved One Cope with Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a common affliction of the elderly.

2 Key Tips to Live Well with Chronic Conditions

Being diagnosed with a life-long, chronic illness is not easy. Following your initial diagnosis, you may experience different emotions.

4 Exciting Brain Stimulating Activities for Seniors

Remember, not every technique will work for everyone so make sure to choose an activity that you can enjoy and can do consistently.

Lewy Body Dementia

Lewy Body Dementia is a form of dementia triggered by abnormal deposits of the protein alpha-synuclein in the brain.

Protecting Dental Health | Safe @ Home Senior Care

Dental health can affect overall health. It is more than cosmetic in nature and involves the entire mouth, not just the teeth. Even seniors who wear full dentures need to practice good dental health. It can be difficult for seniors to maintain dental health at times but helping them manage their oral care is vitally important.

Helping Seniors Manage Psoriasis | Safe @ Home Senior Care

Psoriasis is a common autoimmune disease.  It is more than just a basic skin condition and affects an estimated 7.5 million Americans (National Psoriasis Foundation).  Psoriasis a chronic disease, meaning it can increase or decrease in intensity, and is not curable at this time.  Main issues of psoriasis are inflammation of the skin and thickened, scaling skin.  There are several types of psoriasis.

Assistive Technology for Seniors | Safe @ Home Senior Care

Technology is helping to improve the quality of life for people of all ages across the globe.  Advances in assistive technology for seniors is typically designed to enhance safety and well-being by supporting health, safety, and quality of life.  The various types of technology can range from the most basic of things like hearing aids to new items that are digital and cutting-edge.

Helping Seniors Stay Sharp | Safe @ Home Senior Care

The brain, like any other organ in the body, changes over time.  This change can vary from person to person.  The brain wears with age and small memory lapses are normal for seniors.  More significant brain issues can develop, though, which is why it is important for seniors to protect their brain health by staying sharp.  Seniors can do this both physically and mentally through several strategies.

Tips for Healthy Aging | Safe @ Home Senior Care

Aging is a natural process.  Seniors who take care of their health as they age often enjoy higher levels of energy and a higher quality of life.  Seniors and caregivers should focus on embracing the aging process through healthy habits.  Seniors have to accept the aging process including changing energy levels, limitations, and challenges and adapt their lifestyle as needed.  Caregivers can help include activities a senior loves into the daily routine as well as get them involved in meaningful, regular activities with friends.

Long Distance Care | Safe @ Home Senior Care

Families are spreading out around the country and the globe more and more.  Seniors are finding themselves relying on the care of far off loved ones more often.  In the US, approximately 5-7 million adults are responsible for caring for a senior who lives more than 26 miles away from them.  This can make caring for senior family members extra challenging.  While long-distance caregiving is challenging, it can be done safely and effectively with some smart strategies.  (

Arthritis and Senior Care | Safe @ Home Senior Care

Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States and affects over 54 million adults in the US alone in some form or another.  Because arthritis is common among seniors, it is important to understand the symptoms and effects of this disease when caring for them.  (

Seniors and Animal Care | Safe @ Home Senior Care

Many seniors have pets in the home and when seniors need extra care this can include pet care as well.  While this may present a challenge to the caregiver, pets and pet therapy offer many important benefits to seniors.

Home Care Staff | Safe @ Home Senior Care | Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Learn more about how Safe @ Home Senior Care can help you. Please call 715-598-SAFE (7233) to request for info on Housekeeping, Senior Care, or Home Care.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning | Safe @ Home Senior Care

A few years ago this week, my family almost died from CO poisoning. We had no detectors in the home. We didn’t think we needed them as our home was all electric. But we did have an attached garage, and when an automatic starter on a car malfunctioned during the night of Thanksgiving, carbon monoxide seeped quietly into our home.

Senior Care in Eau Claire, Wisconsin | Safe @ Home Senior Care

Drop by our website at or call 715-598-SAFE (7233) to ask about Home Care, Companionship, or Mobility Support.