by: Jeff Bevis,
The colder months can be a challenge for both seniors and caregivers. Frostbite and hypothermia are real possibilities in the coldest days of winter, and snow and ice make being outside more hazardous both on foot or in a vehicle.
Since older adults are more susceptible to injuries, being prepared for these colder months is extremely important. There are some simple steps that caregivers can take to help their loved ones be more prepared this time of year. [click here for full article]