3 WAYS TO HELP YOUR ELDERLY RELATIVE SPRING FORWARD & OUST THE CLUTTER

1. Clear out all of the clutter first: Before you start cleaning the house you should start by separating all the items your elderly relative wants to keep, and place them in a different pile than the things you are discarding. Often Seniors feel they need to keep many items that they will in all likelihood they do not need. A good rule of thumb is if they do not have a example of the last time they had a use for that item in the past 3 years then it is a good item to donate to their local charity of choice.

2. Within Reach: While cleaning, organize the refrigerator and pantry. Be sure to discard all expired food. This is a great time to discuss with the Senior relocating items for ease of reach. It is important to do this because when seniors are living independently someone cannot always be there to help them out; instead, keep things in easy reach for them to access with no hesitation.

3. Check safety devices: A Senior’s home should not only be clean, but it has to be safe as well. Final step before finishing up this spring clean should be to check the working status of the fire extinguishers, smoke detectors and alarm systems.

While you are spring cleaning, this is a great time to consider installing an emergency response system. Utilizing a local company to provide this service has many benefits over large chains. Call us today and we can arrange for s local senior specialist to come out and install this much needed safety net for your loved one. It allows you to get assistance quickly if your loved one has fallen or in case of other emergencies.

 
 

 

 

Heartstrings Dinner & Dance 2017 - Supporting Kentuckiana Stroke Association

The Kentucky & Southern Indiana Stroke Association held our Heartstrings benefit party on Feb. 11th 2017, at the Louisville Boat Club as a fundraiser that supports our mission to the prevention of stroke through education and awareness.

Dr. Gregory Pittman presenting award to Susan Lawson : Kentuckiana Stroke Association Heartstrings Dinner & Dance 2017

Alee Solutions is happy to support the Kentuckiana Stroke Association. We joined those in attendance and the Louisville community at large in recognizing Susan Lawson for the many years of dedication to spreading Stroke awareness here in our community. Thank You Susan.

Switching Roles--What to Avoid when Moving a Loved One into Senior Living

Switching Roles--What to Avoid when Moving a Loved One into Senior Living

Alisha Duvall MSW/MFT, leading Senior Living Concierge Coordinator in Kentuckiana area, describes how she takes a multiple perspective approach to assisting the Seniors in Louisville KY in making the journey into Senior Living. . . 

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Alee Solutions was happy to sponsor the Kentucky and Southern IN Stroke Association's Tasting Extravaganza 2015

Alee Solutions was happy to sponsor the Kentucky and Southern IN Stroke Association's Tasting Extravaganza 2015

Alee Solutions was happy to sponsor the Kentucky and Southern IN Stroke Association's Tasting Extravaganza 2015. Take some time and look over the 280 plus photos taken by Alee Solutions during August 25th 2015's jam packed fundraising evening at the Olmsted. Be assured if you were there, you are most likely caught enjoying a taste of one of the many mouth watering treats from our local restaurants or bidding on a must have gift basket. It is always uplifting to see our community coming together to show our support for another non-profit that has a grass roots approach to serving our community and working toward and healthier - happier Kentuckiana.

visit : http://www.strokekyin.org/tasting/       or    https://flic.kr/s/aHskiFaM7D

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