In this resource caregivers suggest ways in which private homes may be adapted for persons with Alzheimer's Disease, and their caregivers. The suggestions are organized by the following clusters: safety and security; pacing, wandering and confusion; anxiousness and restlessness; and caregiver needs. 18 Pages.

Safely Home is a MedicAlert ID and service designed to help people living with dementia who go missing. Medically trained specialists are available within 5 seconds to supply police and emergency responders with the member's physical description, emergency contacts and critical health information, supporting both the search for a missing person as well as the next steps after a missing person with dementia has been found.

This website summarizes strategies for older adults to help minimize their risk of falling.

This webpage provides basic precautions for winter and ice walking to avoid falls.

This publication provides and identifies 10 common problem areas based on activity which can contribute to falls in the home. A review checklist and suggestions for adaptations/modifications are offered to enhance independent living. 32 Pages.

This resource guide provides advice for older adults on how to keep healthy, active and safe to prevent injuries and falls in their home and environment. Checklists offers users suggestions to inspect their home and look for trouble areas. Real-life stories offer value to the reader in assessing the need to make changes. 38 Pages.

This resource offers steps (with pictures) to take if the person has fallen and: 1) is able to get up, or 2) cannot get up, or 3) is a witness to someone else falling. It also provides preventative strategies and summarizes the physical and psychological impacts of falling. 8 Pages.

This handout presents 12 questions for the older adult and their caregiver to review safety and stairs in the home.
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This guide provides facts along with health and environmental tips for the older adult to prevent falls and injuries in their home. 4 Pages.