Posts Tagged 'home'

What kind of friend are you?

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There are few life changing events that are as severe as an accident that results in a disability, and if you have a family member or friend who has been affected in this way, you want to do everything that you can to help them, so that they continue to enjoy a good quality of life. While the psychological effects of such an event can be very difficult to cope with, it can be much worse if the person in question is unable to cope with the demands of everyday life. While it can be tempting to encourage them to continue as usual with both their personal and professional life, their circumstances have dramatically changed, and there are a number of adjustments that need to be made to ensure that the person can in fact live an independent life.

Posted by Lindsey Mcmahon Dec 16, 2013 Posted in Disability No Comments

How to Remodel Your Home for Seniors

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As Seniors begin to age it is important to start to think about the ways to renovate your home so it’s easier to get around in a safe and independent manner. Many seniors and caregivers must learn how to remodel their home to provide a safe environment so loved ones can enjoy home for longer periods of time. This means no more worrying about safety issues or needing assistance with common daily activities, and greater independence during this part of their life.

Posted by Lindsey Mcmahon Nov 01, 2013 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

The Power of Going Home

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Everybody has a place that they can call home; whether it be a traditional sort with a white picket fence or not, home can be found anywhere that your heart snuggles into. Throughout your life you are more than likely to call several places home without really stopping to think about what that actually implies, and less likely to call places home that actually are.

Posted by Ryan McLean Jul 25, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

Fire at Estonian home for children with disabilities, 10 killed

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According to a rescue service spokesman, a fire raced through an orphanage for children with disabilities in Western Estonia on Sunday, killing 10 of them.

Posted by Jennifer Green Feb 21, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Getting Creative to Beat the Winter Blues

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I look forward to winter for many reasons. With winter comes the holiday season…full of love and joy. I love how beautiful snow can be and how much fun it can be to play in it or go ice skating outdoors. I even love the cold weather sometimes because it makes coming home that much more exciting. But, snow and ice present some real issues for everyone in regards to getting where you need to go.

Posted by Carolyn Dec 14, 2010 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments