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It is always better to prepare yourself for any emergency situation. Redhaven Care Homes assisted living OKC, share some safety tips for seniors and caregivers during fire outbreak.

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Fire safety tips for seniors and caregivers r e d h a v e n c a r e h o m e s
FIRE SAFETY TIPS FOR SENIORS ANDCAREGIVERS REDHAVEN C ARE H O ME S


Introduction
INTRODUCTION

Senior people over the age of 65 years faces a greater risk of dyinginhomefiresorinvolved in any fire‐relatedincidences.

There are certain special precautions which areadvisable for seniors and caregivers to follow to protect themselves andtheirhomesfromfire.Here we discuss a few important ones.


U n d e r s t a n d i n g the risk
UNDERSTANDING THERISK

Olderadultsoftensufferfrom mobility, health, sight and hearing problems which hinder them from taking any prompt action during a fire emergency.

Physical limitations made them rely on caregiver, neighbor, or outsidesource for any help against fire outbreak.


Install smoke alarms
INSTALL SMOKE ALARMS

Each level of your home and sleeping areas should be equipped with smokealarms. Smoke alarms almost double the chances of survival with their initialwarning.

Monthly maintenance and replacingthebatteryoncea year can ensure proper functioning of thesystem.


Plan your way out
PLAN YOURWAY OUT

Pre‐planning your escape route can help you save precious time during any fire emergency. At leastkeeptwoexitsinmindand checkthedoorwaysforawalker or wheelchairaccessibility.

Ifrequiredthenmakenecessary changes like wideningdoorways for proper movement and only use elevator if instructed by the firedepartment.


Don t isolate yourself
DON'T ISOLATE YOURSELF

Make fire safety planswith

your family members,neighbors or contact local fire emergency for any specificneeds.

Fire department authority can help make a better escape route duringcriticalsituationsandmay provide some important safety suggestions.


Make your house fire safe
MAKE YOUR HOUSE FIRE-SAFE

Carelessnessoftenleadstofire outbreak. It is advisable to keep flammable objectsaway

frombedsoranyoxygensource. Avoid wearing loose clothes whilecookinganduseatimerto remind you of food in the oven. Use heaters instead of oven to heat your room and take precautions if you suffer from drowsiness.


Shift to assisted living
SHIFT TO ASSISTEDLIVING

Modern assisted living communities offer thehighest level of safety and security measures forseniors.

Thesecentersareequippedwith smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, evacuation assistance, professionally inspected wiring which will ensurecompletesafetyforevery members.


Redhaven care homes
REDHAVEN CAREHOMES

6900 Northwest 129th Street Oklahoma City, OK, 73142 6916 Northwest 129th Street Oklahoma City, OK, 73142 (405)306‐2605

[email protected] www.redhavencarehomes.com


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