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July 2, 2009
by Nancy Turney Last week Peter asked about improving safety in the home of his 90-year-old mother and we discussed ways to reduce the risk of falls. This week, let us talk about other safety considerations when living alone. To make sure that no strangers come into the house, it is important that mom be able to see who is at the door before she opens the door. If necessary, install a peephole in the door. Install photosensitive porch or entryway lighting that will come on at dusk and turn off at dawn.
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July 2, 2009
by Nancy Turney Last week Peter asked about improving safety in the home of his 90-year-old mother and we discussed ways to reduce the risk of falls. This week, let us talk about other safety considerations when living alone. To make sure that no strangers come into the house, it is important that mom be able to see who is at the door before she opens the door. If necessary, install a peephole in the door. Install photosensitive porch or entryway lighting that will come on at dusk and turn off at dawn.
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