The elderly do often have some very specific needs. The following list offers ten items that are good to include in a kit in any kit, if you ask me, but may serve our senior citizens best. Here’s the first part of the post:
“Accidents can and do happen even if you have taken measures towards preventing them, but having the necessary materials on hand greatly increases the likelihood of a positive outcome.
Because many senior citizens tend to live on their own, and are also more susceptible to injuries like fractures or health scares like strokes or a sudden drop in blood pressure, it is all the more important that they have a well-stocked home emergency kit that is easily accessible during the panic that ensues after an emergency.”
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