According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every four older adults falls every year, and 20 percent of those falls are serious, resulting in a broken bone, head trauma or the similar injury. Seniors who experience a fall double their chance of experiencing another fall in the future. Unfortunately, the risk of falling can’t be completely avoided, so it’s crucial to provide immediate help and assistance if and when a fall happens.Read More
Many people consider a yearly trip to the doctor for a “physical” part of routine care. Some may think of a physical as a head-to-toe assessment of health. We may expect tests, screenings, X-rays and other procedures.Read More
As a youngster, your parent repeatedly warned you not to trust strangers. When your parent grows older, it’s time to return the favor.
Seniors are frequent targets for financial scams. Many have considerable assets and excellent credit.Read More
A recent news story reported an incident where an in home care provider was arrested and accused of stealing from elderly clients.Read More