Winter Fall Prevention Tips For Seniors: Simple Things Seniors Can Do To Stay Safer In Snow And Ice
The number of falls and emergency room visits increases for the elderly during the winter months. By planning ahead and taking these simple steps to prevent falling, seniors can reduce their risk and stay safer when walking on snow and ice.
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Ice Traction Cleats (full coverage rubber soles)
Balance and exercise tips from a physical therapist:
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