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Safety Strategies for Seniors: Home Safety
Join us for our FREE Zoom event to explore a variety of ways to make homes safer for seniors. As a senior, how safe are you these days? Do you think about ways to improve your safety? Being mindful of how safely you live has direct impacts on your health, happiness, independence and your dignity. We are honoured to partner with Hydro One to bring a six part free digital series that showcases a variety of strategies for seniors to be safer. Our first event is about improving home safety.

Home Safety Agenda:

· Stats
· Inside Safety
· Outside Safety
· Clutter
· Making homes safe for people with dementia
· Hoarding
· Technologies (Home + Personal)
· Wrap Up

We look forward to seeing you on Monday June 21st at 7:00 pm EST.


We are honoured and excited to partner with Hydro One to present a series of digital events dedicated to a variety of ways to improve your safety. On the 3rd Monday of every month from June through November, we will bring you safety strategies for you to learn and act upon. Our events will be fun, engaging and a great way to connect with others, all by using the Internet from home to join our program. Here is the list of safety topics and dates.

Each of the sessions will be taped and stored on our site for you to share with family and friends. Join us to learn how to make your world safer and more enjoyable.

Jun 21, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Mary Bart
Chair @Caregiving Matters
I am founder & continue to chair our registered Canadian charity called: Caregiving Matters. Established in 2008, we are an Internet-based charity offering education & support to family caregivers. We leverage technologies in everything that we do, ensuring greater reach and sustainability. We work on diverse projects that matter to many. As my parents’ principal caregiver for ten years, I have first-hand experience in helping aging parents, dealing with family dynamics, protecting parents from elder abuse & working with public & private organizations. My Dad died of cancer in 2005, my Mom died of Alzheimer’s in 2008. As a family caregiver, there were many days when I was honoured to do what I did & many days when I went out of my mind. I was also their attorney & executor and know how difficult those jobs can be. Before being my parents' caregiver, I worked in the computer industry for 18 years in various sales & marketing roles. 10 years were with Microsoft.