Preventing falls at home has become even more critical in 2021. The uncertainty of the past two years has caused a shift in priorities and preferences across society — in public spaces, educational institutions, workplaces, and most dramatically, in homes. Unsafe living conditions are most dangerous for retirees, and home health services are seeing more demand than ever.
Whether you have a preexisting condition, have undergone recent surgery, or are simply trying to actively avoid a widespread community illness, staying home is often the best way to keep yourself and loved ones healthy. Isolation, though, can be more dangerous for your mental health. To help, we’ve gathered these tips to maintain wellness for your mind AND body during periods of social distancing.