1. 15 Ways to Reduce Fall Risk and Help Prevent Falls

    While you may not be able to always stop a senior from falling, you can take some steps to help reduce the risk. There are many reasons for falls in the elderly, so make sure to look at the whole picture. Use these precautions take care of your loved one and their home to prevent falls: Begin with the bathroom. Wet surfaces (on the floor or counters) can be very dangerous. Seniors lack the balan…Read More

  2. Home Care Tips for Seniors on How to Stay Safe and Happy This Halloween !!

    Halloween is right around the corner, which means parties, candy, costumes and trick-or-treating for many. If you are helping provide in-home care for your senior loved one, then there are a number of tips you may want to consider on how to keep these seniors safe and happy this Halloween. These tips can help keep you, your loved one and the entire family safe this holiday season. Don’t let your…Read More

  3. Preventing Slip and Fall Accidents Starts with Senior Fitness

    Research indicates that more than one-third of adults 65 and older slip and fall each year. As we age, bone density naturally diminishes and, as a result, seniors nationwide suffer between 360,000 and 480,000 fall-related fractures annually. In some extreme cases, these slip and fall accidents may even result in death. In this week’s posts, we will be looking at ways to protect the health and we…Read More