My Daughter developed a new hobby: Turning off lights. There's also an element of Tag, You're It, as this game involves following her son around as he tries to flip every switch in her home..
This a good example for us ( For us, Seniors)
“TIP BITS” from their publication “The Vision Connection”
*** Use a small food chopper that stops when you take your hand off of it. It’s a great help instead of using a knife.
*** When you pick up your medication, ask the pharmacist to mark the lid with a letter that represents your medicine name.
*** Make sure a relative or neighbor has a copy of your house key.
*** Get rid of scatter rugs and loose carpets. If you have a favorite rug, hang it on the wall. It will last much longer!
*** Never carry any package that will obstruct you view of
the next step. Keep at least one hand on the handrail.
*** Concentrate on what you are doing; don’t be distracted by sounds.
*** When you wake up, sit on the edge of the bed and make sure you are not dizzy before standing up.
*** Eat breakfast every morning.
*** Be careful around pets; they can get in front of your feet or jump on you.
*** Use a cane or walker if you are unsteady.
*** Never grab a towel rack, shampoo holder or soap tray for support in the shower. Have hand rails installed.
*** Let the soapsuds go down the drain before you move around in the shower. Do not turn suddenly.
*** If you are prone to falling or feel unsure of yourself, use a shower chair and a handheld shower attachment.
*** Do not lock the bathroom door.
*** Use a nightlight in your bathroom, bedroom, and hallway.
*** To avoid tripping, try labeling each step with a brightly colored strip of tape.
*** When buying appliances, choose ones that have buttons and dials instead of digital displays.
*** Keep closet and cabinet doors closed.
*** Make sure hallways are clear of clutter.
*** Use plates and serving dishes with placemats that are a contrasting color.
*** Try putting white tape around the TV remote control.
*** Cover your coffee table with bright fabric that contrasts against the floor.