Seniors are especially vulnerable to injuries from accidents in their homes. Older bones are more brittle, less dense, and break more easily. A simple fall can become a serious, debilitating injury that limits independence.
As we age, our sense of sight, touch, hearing and smell tend to decline. Our physical abilities are reduced, making it more difficult to stretch, lift and bend. Our judgment and reaction time also tend to slow. As a result, we cannot respond as quickly as when we were younger. These normal changes in perception, physical abilities and judgment make us more prone to accidents. Self-Sufficient Seniors works with clients to make the necessary adjustments to ensure a safe, accident-free home.
What we provide:
- Ergonomic Assessment
- Accessibility Evaluation
- Transfer Training