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To help ensure summertime adventures are enjoyable for pre-schoolers to seniors, a number of safety precautions can help. Right at Home Ann Arbor, a senior care company in Ann Arbor, MI, provides these summer safety tips. For more articles and information about senior care and caregiving tips, visit

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Senior care caregiving tips summer safety for grandkids and seniors

Safe Family Summertime Fun

for Grandparents and Grandkids

Keep the fun in summertime togetherness with these safety tips for outdoor activities.

• Amusement Parks–Take a 15-minute break or so between high-speed rides.

Watch for nausea, dizziness and headaches as signs of bodily stress.

• Biking–A stable, comfortable bike fitted well for each body size will reduce the

risk of falling and injury. Cruisers or hybrid bikes that put riders in a better upright

position are best for seniors.

• Boating –Essential boating safety includes wearing life jackets, avoiding

alcohol use and knowing weather forecasts and local conditions.

• Camping–Always follow basic camping safety. Pack a first aid kit and

emergency supplies including a flashlight, knife, map, compass and waterproof

fire starter. Apply liberal amounts of insect repellant. Be aware of how to respond

to wildlife encounters.

• Swimming –A key to swimming safety is not swallowing chlorinated or natural

ocean, river or lake water. Every hour, both adults and children are advised to

take a bathroom break, reapply sunscreen and rehydrate.

Before beginning any activity, grandparents and grandchildren should review current

9-1-1 and other emergency numbers and have those numbers handy in their

smartphones in case of emergency.

Right at Home Ann Arbor is a leading provider of in-home care and assistance, helping

seniors live as independently and actively as possible. Contact us at or by calling (734) 971-5000.