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Fall Prevention Home Care

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Why Fall Prevention Is Important

Falling is the leading cause of injury in adults over the age of 65. Injuries from falling may not be noticeable at first, but failure to recognize symptoms can be potentially fatal. Injuries often inflict physical and emotional pain for the patient, with recovery time lasting up to a year in a rehabilitation center or long-term care facility. When an elderly person falls, the pressure from being on the floor for an extended period of time can result in kidney failure and worsen other chronic diseases.

How We Can Help

Most falls happen because of loss of balance. Patients may have neglected the use of a walker or other assistive device and fallen as a result. Caregivers focus on reducing the risk of injury and frequency of falls to encourage safe, independent at-home living.

Fall Prevention Home Care


Fall prevention care examples can include


Range-of-motion exercise improves muscle tone, strength and endurance

Safety and supervision

Fear of falling is a common anxiety among seniors. Caregivers are there to safely aide patients while walking or getting up from a chair.

Medication reminders

Taking prescription medications on time can be a key factor in the health of your loved one.

Kells Home Health Care has designed a comprehensive fall prevention program to help patients reduce falls and maintain their independence at home. We understand that seniors are naturally concerned about falling and the potential health consequences of fall-related injuries. Our team is here to help you or your loved one improve balance and strength to help prevent falls and increase confidence and mobility.

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Who Benefits from this Program?

Fall Prevention Home Care

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Our Fall Prevention Program

Our commitment to fall prevention extends to our home care services.  Our caregivers can reduce your loved one’s risk of falls in a number of ways, depending on the type of home care we provide to your loved one. With Private Duty Care,  we can help your loved one maintain a safe and tidy home, and we can lend a helping hand with day-to-day tasks that may increase the risk of falls. Fall prevention is also an important part of our several other programs, including our Alzheimer’s care, dementia care,  and Home transitional care services.