Before leaving the hospital, a senior may be given the option of receiving transitional care at a rehabilitation center versus their private residence. A growing body of evidence would seem to indicate that recovering at home might be the best choice for that special senior in your life.
Numerous studies by AARP have confirmed that 8 out of 10 seniors want to age in place instead of being moved into an assisted living facility or nursing home. Here are five basic modifications to make a home safer for seniors.
If you’re worried about the senior loved one in your life falling at home, there are modifications you can make that can substantially reduce their risk of serious injury. Taking a room-by-room approach, let’s look at some budget-friendly modifications you can make to help prevent your loved one from falling.