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Seniors, are you prepared for winter weather?

Winter Weather Safety TipsYou’ve bought bread, milk and eggs, so now what do you need to do to stay safe in winter weather? All Care suggests following these simple tips in order to maintain your health and safety colder temperatures hit.

  1. Stock up! Keep nonperishable food on hand that does not require cooking. You should also have batteries for flashlights and radios and access to a phone.
  2. Warm up! Even if you are indoors, it is a good idea to wear layers. If you are concerned about a high power bill and decide to build a fire in your fireplace for added heat, do so carefully.
  3. Catch up! Ask family, friends or neighbors to check in on you during a winter storm, and offer to do the same for them. Talking to someone when you are stuck indoors can help fight winter blues and ensure you are taking of yourself if you live alone.

There are many other precautions you can take in order to ensure you are prepared for winter weather. Remember to put your health and safety first, and to always ask for help when you need it.


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