Loose rugs are the number one contributor of falls. This flat rubber sheet that is placed underneath one’s carpet to minimize rug sliding and decrease fall risks.
A light that is motion activated for the purposes of improving visual conditions at night. Great for preventing falls within bedrooms, hallways, bathrooms and other rooms that are commonly frequented at night.
An aluminum frame with two wheels at the front that can be utilized to support one’s mobility and decrease the risk of falls within the home. The rear has rubber feet which increases stability as one transfers into standing from seated.
A metal frame with four wheels that helps a person with decreased balance and increases their walking tolerance. Has lockable brakes to prevent the walker from running away and a seat to allow the user to rest as needed.
A rigid frame that can be utilized by a user to support their mobility. Typically this walker is used to help one ambulate short distances within a home or a hospital setting. Great for people with decreased standing balance.
A combination box that can be placed on the exterior of your home with a key inside. If provided with the code, first responders or caregivers can access your residence when you are unable to open the door ie. after a fall, etc.