age in place; home safety

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Gerry and Sylvia Silva began remodeling the home in which they raised their six children because of Sylvia’s aging father.
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Refresh your safety awareness skills and attend a TRIAD-sponsored seminar in your area this summer.
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Enjoy fall’s splendor and crispness — all while prepping your home for winter weather. Here are some important ideas on making your home winter ready.
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As you age and your body changes, is your home doing the same?
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Jacksonville, Fla. -- AARP is offering an innovative new approach to helping people 50+ find trusted tips and tactics to deal with the life choices facing everyone age 50+ -- and it's getting its start in Jacksonville.
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Visit the AARP booth at the 37th Annual Builders Home & Garden Show!  Look for booth #3329!
you can help
When visiting elderly or disabled family members for the holidays, you and/or your siblings may notice that parents are a little less spry—or a disabled loved one may need some extra help.  Here are seven easy things you can do to help shore up safety whether you are visiting their home or having them come to yours.
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