Falls are a leading cause of injury among older adults. Age-associated physical changes and deteriorating health can make elderly individuals more susceptible to falls. For this reason, and because elderly individuals are more likely to sustain injuries as a result of a fall, it’s particularly important, for many older adults, to have a fall prevention plan in place.
Although 1 in every 4 older adults falls each year, falling is not a part of normal aging.
- Designing an individualized plan for your fall-prevention needs.
- Helping you make your home as safe as possible.
- Educating you about the medical risk factors associated with falls.
- Providing you with appropriate exercises and balance training.