Jessica Thomas is a Public Health Professional, Health & Wellness Writer, and Entrepreneur. She has a B.S. in Health Administration with a focus on Aging Studies and an M.D. in Public Health. Before starting her business, Jessica worked for over 3 years as a Program Coordinator and Performance Improvement Leader in a hospital setting. Her roles focused on various senior initiatives such as fall reduction, preventing delirium, and addressing barriers in the healthcare system. Today, Jessica enjoys learning and educating others on aging in place, how tech solutions can help seniors, and health and wellness topics.

Latest Posts By Jessica Thomas

3 weeks ago

4 Best Flip Phones for Seniors

In the last decade, the majority of cell phones on the market have moved away from being flip phones. Many younger consumers seem to see flip phones as outdated and relics from the past. But, interestingly, many of the phones that are marketed to older adults seem to be flip phones for seniors. This design […]

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3 weeks ago

Kohler Walk-In Bath Review

You have a slip in the tub. It’s not too bad because you can get up afterward, but the thing is, these bones aren’t quite like they used to be. As you get older, you grow wiser and wiser. But unfortunately, your bone density gets thinner and thinner. At one point, even a slip isn’t […]

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3 weeks ago

Safestep Walk-In Tub Review

You’ve been looking for a walk-in tub to fit your needs, and that allows you to still have independence while you bathe. On the other hand, maybe you’ve been experiencing a nasty bout of vertigo when you walk into the shower, or you’ve been getting a little paranoid that a fall while you shower is […]

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3 weeks ago

5 Best GPS Medical Alert Bracelets

How does that saying go? I’ll be there to catch you when you fall? Well, that’s not always the case. When you’re getting along into older adult territory, the chances of falling and hurting yourself only get bigger. Getting older isn’t bad. It’s actually quite fun and fulfilling. Ask the experts! But the chances of falling […]

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3 weeks ago

5 Best Medical Alert Systems for Fall Detection

Imagine this…you’re getting out of the shower, and your foot slips. Or maybe you take a weird step, and your body chooses to give out. You fall, and you hear something snap, and you feel pain where you’ve never felt pain before. The pain of a bad fall can feel like one of the worst […]

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3 weeks ago

5 Best Medical Alert Systems

We don’t want to believe that we get more fragile as we get older, but we do. While that’s not inevitable, there are a lot of things you can do to keep yourself in amazing health, like a great diet and physical exercise. It also helps to be informed about what changes are happening with […]

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3 weeks ago

4 Big Button Cell Phones

More and more seniors are using cell phones in their daily lives. These devices allow them to quickly reach out to family members or medical professionals in case of an emergency, and they can make completing daily errands even easier. But, some older adults may struggle with cell phones that have complicated, multi-step technology. And, […]

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3 weeks ago

Medical Guardian Review

It’s no secret that falls and injuries are most common in aging adults. Falls actually account for 87% of all fractures among people 65 and older. With the fear of falls, a lot of us may feel like we can’t enjoy our daily routine like we used to. Not to mention the worries we put […]

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3 weeks ago

Hearing Loss Statistics

Hearing loss is a problem that affects millions of Americans. Although no group is immune from hearing loss issues – and its associated costs, such as potential depression, anxiety, and a sense of loneliness and isolation – the risks rise as people age. Therefore, hearing loss is particularly prevalent among senior citizens. Below are 30 important […]

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3 months ago

Caregiver Stress Prevention Guide

Caregiving for a family or loved one can be an extremely stressful experience for the caregiver. This stress can have a devastating impact on the caregiver’s physical and mental health and can also generate a wide range of conflicted emotions. Often caregivers find themselves feeling hopeless, as if the situation that they are in is […]

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