Elderly Fall Prevention Program

Reduce the Chances of Injury

Older Adult Falls Are More Serious
  • 1 in 3 seniors (65 and older) falls every year
  • 2 million seniors are treated in hospitals for fall-related injuries every year
  • Hip fractures and brain injuries can impact the independence of older adults
  • At least one-third of falls involve environmental hazards in the home
  • Two-thirds of seniors who fell, will fall again within six months
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,

“Falls are not an inevitable part of aging. In fact, many falls can be prevented. Everyone can take actions to protect the older adults they care about.” 

Adultcare Assistance Homecare recognizes the importance of fall prevention and has developed training, oversight and procedures to help reduce potential injuries. By taking these steps, the chance of falls is reduced, increasing senior safety in the home.

Solution: Elderly Fall Prevention