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Preventing Senior Falls

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Each year, one out of three Americans over the age of 65 will fall; it’s the leading cause of fatal injury among seniors and the most common non-fatal injury. A fall may not seem like a serious issue, but they can have serious effects on seniors with weakened bones and immune systems. However, falls are not an inevitable part of aging. Most falls are preventable, and seniors can have the ability to reduce their risk. The National Council on Aging recommends the following steps to reduce the risk of falls.

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Habits for Healthy Aging

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In honor of Healthy Aging Month, Amada Senior Care would like to offer a few tips for healthy aging. “The more you do in middle age to prepare yourself for successful aging, the better,” said Sharon Brangman, spokeswoman for the American Geriatrics Society. Whether it be physically, mentally, or socially, seniors have the power to take responsibility for their health and change it for the better.

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What Are the Most Important Vaccines for Seniors?

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For seniors, the difference between life and death could be a simple injection. Flu and pneumonia are among the top health concerns for the elderly, combining to rank seventh on the list of leading causes of death for those over 65, according to the CDC. August is National Immunization Awareness Month, and with flu season just a few months away, Amada Senior Care wants to remind seniors and their families of the importance of staying up to date on vaccines.

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Caregiver Technology: The Future of Aging in Place

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Nearly 90 percent of seniors say they want to age in place in their own home for as long as possible, and a large majority believe their current home is where they will always live. However, at some point, nearly every senior will need assistance with performing daily tasks. Currently, there are around 40 million people in the U.S. acting as a caregiver in some form to an elderly relative. The added responsibility of caring for a senior loved one to an already busy and overbooked life will add stress, that untreated, will eventually lead to caregiver burnout. A recent report from AARP found that 71 percent of caregivers want to use caregiver technology to supplement some of their duties.

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