The safety of the elderly who live at home is always a concern. However, with so many new security features out there, you don't have to worry anymore (at least not as much as you usually do).
Just make sure this element of protection is in your home and you can be sure that the elders are safe. You can now get high friction surface treatment and anti skid surfacing & coating if you have slippery floors.
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1. Fences:- Elderly people may lose balance or slip, especially when climbing stairs or taking a shower. To avoid this, make sure the house has lots of supports in the form of railings.
2. Railings:- You can install sturdy railings and include rails on stairs and toilets. In bathrooms, near bathtubs and toilets, a handle with good traction is necessary to prevent accidents. Bed rails can also be installed to prevent seniors from falling and falling while sleeping.
3. Convenient locks and bolts:- Elderly people have difficulty using the doorknob because it is stiff in their wrists. It was much easier for them to use the lever handle. Some door handles around the house may also have an emergency release option. Installing a key or card access key is also a good idea, especially for main doors, as they are easy to use and offer better security.