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Overcoming the Fear of Stairs (Bathmophobia)

fear of stairs - bathmophobia

If you’ve ever had to walk down a steep set of stairs, you may have felt a bit nervous or cautious. Going up was fine but coming down was a bit dizzying. Possibly you’ve felt skeptical when seeing a set of stairs that looked to be flimsy or half broken. These are all natural fears […]

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Senior Fall Prevention Tips

Fall can be the time of leaves changing, the seasons transitioning and a lot of natural beauty abounding all around. For seniors, however, fall presents all this and the increased risk of falling. This could be due to changing weather conditions, rain-soaked leaves cluttering the driveway, lower light, and colder weather stiffening your joints and bones. But falling […]

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Top 10 Benefits of Social Activity for Seniors

Life begins after 60, right? Any socially active senior will agree with this statement. These are the individuals who are out and about, living life to the fullest, soaking up every moment and, most importantly, doing it in the company of friends — both new and old. Social activity for seniors is incredibly important in maintaining an overall […]

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15 Discounts Seniors Didn’t Know They Could Get

There are so many discounts available to seniors. Retirees often receive specials at restaurants, parks, retailers, and more! And, while the majority of people are aware of obvious ones like discounts on your favorite meals, many people are unaware or don’t ask for discounts they should. Take advantage of all these options and you’ll soon […]

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Top 5 Hobbies for Seniors

They say, “Youth is wasted on the young.” But, luckily, old age is never wasted on retirees, who finally have enough wisdom to know that they’ve got to make the best of every moment, in the moment. As adults reach their so-called “Golden Years”, they quickly realize that it’s up to them to make the […]

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The Invention of the Stairlift

The convenience of the stair lift is likely to give it a new reputation: that of stair ‘throne.’ In fact, the history behind the stair lift is a fascinating tale that does have some royal connections. Users of a stair lift can rightfully say that traveling up in one makes them feel like royalty. Also known […]

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Activities to Promote a Healthy Mind for People with Alzheimer’s

As we age, we may see a gradual – or sometimes not so gradual – decline in several areas of ourselves, especially our mind. Your brain is like a muscle. If it’s not exercised, like all other organs, your brain can begin to break down. And one of the most common brain disorders that is […]

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Senior Living: Warning Signs Your Loved One Might Be in Danger

Warning Signs Your Loved One Might be in Danger Easy Climber Blog

As your parents or elderly loved one age, senior living options suddenly become a priority. An inevitable part of aging is that we will need assistance with specific tasks at some point. For some Seniors, assisted senior living centers can provide the support they need. And then for another group of seniors, they are fortunate […]

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Home Safety Checklists for Seniors

Home Safety Checklists for Seniors

For most individuals, there will come a time when they need to ensure their home remains a safe environment to live. Usually, the requirements to make a house safer comes as individuals age. From mobility problems to medications that increase a person’s falls risk, multiple factors introduce the need to start taking steps to make […]

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Aging in the Home Without Fear

Aging in the Home Without Fear

Age-related changes in mobility often arise from a number of complex reasons. While many seniors experience a reduction in muscle mass and bone density, others will encounter additional problems too like reduced eyesight or hearing, which can make normal, everyday life at home more challenging. For seniors who worry about independent living and aging in […]

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