Avoiding Accidents and Falls for the Elderly

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For an elderly person, a mere fall can be life-changing. Those suffering from osteoporosis and arthritis most especially are easily susceptible to broken bones. With falls as the leading injury for many seniors, creating a fall-prevention plan with your doctor is vital. Many people believe that a fall is a simple accident; however, this is not the case. There are many contributions to accidents. By understanding these causes, you can avoid future physical disabilities and maintain a safe and healthy life.

When discussing a fall prevention plan with your doctor, it is essential to mention medications and certain conditions such as heart disease which can inhibit coordination. Strengthening your body through exercise can also improve coordination,and flexibility. Maintaining regular eye check-ups and preserving a healthy diet full of calcium and vitamin D will increase the likelihood of leading a happier and accident-free life.

For those who face hardships in keeping up with day-to-day tasks or have recently suffered from a fall or injury, A-1 Home Care in Century City can help. We provide compassionate and qualified caregivers. We recruit caregivers from all diverse types of backgrounds, including those from Jewish, Middle Eastern, Asian backgrounds, and more. Our services can also be found in Encino, Sherman Oaks, and Studio city. We are licensed, bonded, and insured and are available 24/7 to ensure caregiver-customer compatibility.

Call  (310) 657-8780 today or visit centurycityhomecare.com for a free in-home assessment. Also, don’t forget to like us on facebook!

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