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News and articles from the Ohio Department of Aging.

With hot, stormy days in the forecast, Ohio Department of Aging encourages Ohioans to check on older loved ones and neighbors Bookmark

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Forecasters are predicting high temperatures and the possibility of dangerous storms over much of Ohio for the first half of this week. The Ohio Department of Aging reminds residents that older adults often have a harder time adjusting to weather extremes than others and encourages all Ohioans to check on older loved ones and neighbors before, during, and after severe weather.

Extreme temperatures are severe weather Bookmark

With sustained, bitter cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills predicted for all of the state this week, the Ohio Department of Aging reminds all Ohioans to treat extreme temperatures just as you would a coming snow or ice storm. Be prepared and check on older loved ones and neighbors before, during and after the mercury drops.

Check in with older loved ones and neighbors before, during and after winter storm Bookmark

Check on your neighbors
The Ohio Department of Aging asks all Ohioans check on older loved ones and neighbors before, during and after the storm. Here are some things to ask about when you call or visit.

Department of Aging urges Older Ohioans to prepare for Winter Storm Harper Bookmark

Winter Weather Safety for Older Adults
Winter Storm Harper is expected to cross the Ohio region this weekend, bringing with it the potential for high snowfall amounts, ice accumulations and bitter cold temperatures that could lead to hazardous road conditions, utility outages and more.

With water rising, Ohio Department of Aging urges older residents to exercise caution Bookmark

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Check on older neighbors, loved ones during heavy rain and flooding

Older Ohioans are at increased risk for complications from extreme cold Bookmark

Check on older neighbors, loved ones during dangerous wind chills

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