Wondering how to keep your mom from falling or what you should do the next time dad falls?

Falls and the Fear of Falling at Home

Every 11 seconds an older adult is treated in an emergency room for a fall. So it’s no wonder many seniors have a fear of falling.

Sadly, that fear of falling can keep them from being active and thriving. Because they’re anxious about falling, they unintentionally isolate themselves in the place where most falls happen — at home — and further increase their risk of physical decline, depression, feelings of helplessness — and falls.

Fortunately, there are actions you and your loved one can take to help address their risk factors and their fears.

Using the Fall Prevention Checklist

If a loved one isn’t taking proper care of themselves, there could be many reasons why. It is critical that you first understand why your loved one is not bathing or changing their clothes regularly.

Just like falls and fall-related injuries can have physical, mental, and emotional costs, fall prevention requires addressing the body, mind, and spirit.

This Fall Prevention Checklist offers just that — a holistic approach to fall prevention.

You’ll learn about:

  • Common causes and risk factors for falls
  • Conventional and holistic strategies for preventing falls
  • When is it no longer safe to live at home anymore

By making some changes, many falls can be prevented and your loved one can stay safe, active, and independent longer.

A Holistic Approach to Fall Prevention

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