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Sometimes people won’t admit they need help to stay at home, and others may be unaware that it is time for some extra help to maintain a healthy and safe home environment. Learn more about signs to watch for.

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Fall prevention checklist

Falls can be dangerous, particularly for older adults. Here’s how to assess if you or a loved one are at a higher risk of falling and take steps to help prevent falls in the home.

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