Today's Transitions compiled a list with the help of Paul Fowler, an LMPD detective with the Crimes Against Seniors Unit, to offer some strategies and tools to stay as safe as possible.Know Where Your Wallet or Purse IsIf you are shopping, be sure you have your wallet or purse … [Read more...] about Safety Checklist: Are you doing these things?
When mobility is a challenge, tasks that were once simple such as getting into the bath or shower, become not only more difficult, but also more dangerous, as balance wanes. There are a number of useful assistive technology devices that make getting into the bath or shower a … [Read more...] about Caregiving Answers: How to Make a Bath Safer?
In a perfect world, nothing would ever get lost. But in reality, brains can be forgetful, and sometimes, important objects get up and walk away like they have a mind of their own. Luckily, technology like the below device can help you find the things you need. Use … [Read more...] about An App That Remembers for You, part 3 of 3
Social distancing and sheltering at home has limited our interactions with friends and family, but all is not lost. Now is a great time for using technology to connect with your loved ones. Try one of these ideas for bridging the social distancing gap. Text messagingTexting … [Read more...] about Using Technology to Communicate with Friends and Family
If tweets and streaming and airdrops sound like essential vocabulary for hikers, you may be on the wrong side of the technology mountain. With the rapid paces in which technology advances these days, the reluctance to climb your way out of the bygone valley is understandable. … [Read more...] about Four Tips for Gaining Tech Confidence