Unfortunately, falls happen more often than you think. One in four seniors fall each year.1 And if you do fall, it doubles your chances of falling again.1 But there are steps you can take to make your home safer. Start with this fall prevention checklist and ask your doctor for more ways to reduce your chances of a fall at home.
This checklist is organized into sections including:
Stairs and Steps
Other Fall Prevention Suggestions
Being proactive can help keep you safe from falls. Get started today by downloading, printing, and following the PDF of this fall prevention checklist. Then talk to your doctor about other steps you can take to reduce your risk of falling at home and read more about fall prevention to keep you safe.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (n.d.). Important Facts About Falls. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2mjZik6
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