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Caring for the Elderly by Preventing Falls
One bad fall for an elderly individual can lead to serious problems that require a hospital stay, loss of independence, lengthy rehabilitation, or worse. This is why it is so important to remain proactive in decreasing the risk of falls. There are several methods for reducing the risk of falls. Take on a comprehensive fall prevention plan so ...

Improving Senior Safety in the Home
A home can present problems that were not a concern before an elderly individual began to lose their mobility capabilities. In addition, the loss of mental clarity can increase the risk of problems occurring in the home. It’s important to become proactive by carefully assessing all areas of the home. This way, you will be able to ...

Fall Prevention Exercises For Seniors
Fall prevention exercises for seniors are necessary not only for their health and well-being but also for keeping their balance on their feet. Over the years there is the general misconception that exercise is not for the elderly because of their age but many ...   Read More>>>
Fall Prevention For Seniors During Winter
Fall prevention of seniors is one of the most important safety precautions that should be learned by seniors themselves and those who care for seniors whether in a family setting or in professional capacity. The fall prevention measures that will be tackled in ...   Read More>>>
Making the Bathroom Safe
Now that your parents are seniors, they need a specialbathroom that can accommodate their needs and this is in answer to the fall prevention tips that are outlined below in order for your elderly parents to have a safe usage of the bathroom. To be able to ...   Read More>>>
Potential Dangers Around the House
To those who are in the business of caring for seniors learning ways to prevent falls is a must. May people are still not aware of the fact that there are just as many fall hazards to seniors in the home but with the proper measures it is easy to prevent falls so ...   Read More>>>
Preventing Falls in the Home
According to the National Safety Council (NSC), persons over the age of 65 have the highest mortality rate from injuries. In fact, among older adults, injuries cause more deaths than either pneumonia or diabetes. In terms of deadly injuries, surprising as it may ...   Read More>>>
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Talking to Older Drivers
As you begin to have a conversation with an older driver about their driving, it is important to acknowledge the meaning of driving and important to observe driving in a systematic way through ...
Taking The Car Keys From Mom Or Dad
Many adults feel the same way about their parents driving as they about their teenagers. That feeling is one of heightened anxiety, of waiting anxious moments until they hear the driver has ...
Avoid Falling During Nighttime
Many seniors suffer from slip and fall accidents at night and there are many reasons why this happens. Slip and fall accidents at night is the reason why seniors who stay indoors still end up with ...

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