The Center For Disease Control (CDC) has designed and compiled a convenient and colorful fall prevention checklist for you or your loved one's home.
The check list can help you or your loved one assess potential hazards in the kitchen, the floors, the stairs, and many other tips for around the home.
The CDC's Fall Prevention Checklist is viewable below, click the pop-out button in the viewer's upper right hand corner for its full size. Or the checklist is also available for download here and on the CDC's website.
For further Fall Prevention online organizations and resources visit Live Oak's Fall Prevention Resources Section.
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