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Home Modifications and Cerebral Palsy

  Home Modifications and Cerebral Palsy Building and home modifications provide barrier-free access and inclusion for any individual, with or without disability. Designers use the term “design for all” to describe products, services and systems designed for use...

Safe Access to Your Home

Patient could not safely access the front of his home with walker aided ambulation. After creative solution to solve front door landing placement was implemented, ramp was installed. Patient can now safely access his home (click ramp video link).ramp video ramp...

Caregivers Creating a Safe Home for those with Dementia

  Writer and Contributor: Holly Clark, First Care Dementia is something that many of us have been affected by. In fact, it is now the biggest cause of death for women. However, there is still a lack of awareness of the illness. The project coordinator at...

The Role of an Occupational Therapist

    Someone who is aging, suffering from an illness or recovering from an injury may have difficulty taking care of their own daily needs. They may benefit from working with various healthcare professionals. For example, they may receive care from...

16 Tips for Reducing Fall Risk for Seniors

Article submitted by: Francesca Vogel, Home Care Assistance Falls can become increasingly common for seniors as they age. The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Report on Falls Prevention in Older Age states that “approximately 28-35% of people aged of 65 and over...