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6 Ways Keep Your Elderly Loved One Safe
Know where they are at all times
Dementia and Alzheimer's diagnosis are on the rise year after year. We are reading more and more stories similar to this one about an elderly man who got lost in Pennsylvania and ended up in Alabama. You can know where your senior loved one is at all times now with our iTrail Solo GPS Tracker. Our iTrail Solo GPS Tracking Device will give you the peace of mind you need and the freedom they desire to get out and get around. Quickly and easily place it in the glove compartment of their automobile or in a backpack or purse. Create boundaries and routes using our GeoFence system. If there is trouble the portable units come equipped with a built-in panic button. Get the locations in seconds using our convenient Web portal or mobile app. Purchase your iTrail Solo today!
Invest in a medical alert system
Remember the ‘I’ve fallen and I can’t get up’ commercials from the 80s? These devices that are used to protect your senior adult from a medical emergency are still around and more sophisticated than ever. These personal emergency response system (PERS), medical emergency response system (MERS) or fall monitors can help your loved one get the medical care they need as quickly as possible. And they’re saving more and more lives year after year because of advances in technology. AARP has a put together a helpful resource for choosing the right device specifically for your loved one’s needs.
Keep an eye on who’s at the door
Our seniors adult loved ones are vulnerable and there are many shady people looking to take advantage of them, often right on their front porch. Now, you can see every person who comes to the home of your loved one with our Wi-Fi Smart Home Doorbell Camera! Our battery operated Wi-Fi doorbell camera will alert you on your free smartphone or tablet app with a picture as soon as someone rings your doorbell. Doesn't matter if you are home or away! Your loved one will never answer the door to a stranger again.
Keep a close eye on who’s taking care of them
Nanny cams aren’t just for your children anymore. Your loved one has so many people visiting them during the day and night. You can’t be there to watch them or keep track of their valuables all the time. For peace of mind we recommend investing in one of our SG Home Wi-Fi Hidden Cameras. These covert cameras are discreet, fit in with the surroundings and can be placed anywhere. Use them in a senior living facility, nursing home or private residence. These cameras provide 24 hour access to live video from your smartphone or tablet. We have many models to choose from that are perfect for senior adult homes including a faux house plant, wall clock and air freshener.
Take advantage of transportation services that specialize in senior care
One of the most difficult decisions we help our aging loved ones determine is when it’s time to hang up the keys for good. At that point, they will still need weekly, perhaps daily transportation. Thankfully there are some great new options for transportation specific to senior adults. These transportation service can be found in almost any neighborhood and community. They come equipt with everything needed to care for your loved one and keep them safe on the journey. AgingCare has created a great article full of helpful information about senior transportation.
Keep up with who’s in their life
Sadly, 9 times out of 10, when a vulnerable senior adult has been taken advantage of, it’s by someone they know, as this sad story proves. There are many people your senior loved one will come in contact with on a daily basis. It’s important to know who these people are and how your loved one is feeling about them. You can help protect them from anyone- known or unknown- by taking these steps:
Keep valuables locked up and out of sight.
Ask questions on a regular basis about who they’re engaging with and how they feel about them.
Make sure businesses and organizations who are sending services to your home are doing their part to screen employees who may interact with your loved one.
Contact us today at 800-590-4272 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information and to purchase any of the products mentioned above to help keep your elderly loved one safe.