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Our favorite fall prevention resources

Every year one-third of Americans aged 65+ falls. There are many causes and risk factors of falls in older adults such as balance, lack of strength and/or gait. Click the links below in order to learn more about fall prevention techniques. The National Council on Aging has a brief animated video to help you learn more about falls. Read this guide for fall proofing your home from the National Institute for Health shares The National Resource Center for Osteoporosis and Related … [Read more...]

Staying Active when the Weather is Hot

While the heat can make it challenging to motivate yourself to participate in physical activity, moving around is still vital to maintaining good health. Here are some tips to help you stay active when the dog days of summer hit: Take outdoor walks in the evening when the sun is coming up or going down. Stay indoors during the middle of the day when temperatures can be at their highest. Exercise indoors. Find a local senior center that offers group classes in buildings with central air … [Read more...]

Your Health and the Heat

Summertime in the South is a pleasant time for many, but with the warmer temperatures and longer days, our health can suffer from potential heat exhaustion and overexposure to the sun. Throughout July and August, All Care Home Health will be providing tips on how to cope with higher temps. First, it's important to educate yourself on when you could be at risk for heat related illnesses. Here is some general information to make you aware of potential negative effects on your body from hot … [Read more...]