Quality of life — it’s a term that means something different depending on the stage of life you are in. For young adults, it could mean a fulfilling work environment, travel opportunities, or personal growth. Perhaps middle-aged adults see quality of life as it pertains to a healthy family dynamic, a rewarding career, or personal goals. For seniors, quality of life is a term often thrown around, but what does it really mean to them?


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Fall prevention is one of the most important aspects of a senior’s life once they reach a certain age; in fact, 1 in 4 seniors age 65 and older suffer a fall over the course of a given year, making falls the leading cause of fatal injury and nonfatal trauma for individuals in that age group. There are many causes from mobility issues to homes that haven’t been properly modified for senior living, and fortunately, there are just as many solutions when it comes to preventing falls.


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