Download our FREE Guide to Home Safety & Fall Prevention

Written by Carewell Team on Tue May 28 2024.

This guide will walk you through key products and considerations to help you safely set up your home to prevent falls in common areas. Whether your loved one is recovering from surgery, struggles to maintain balance, or has recently fallen and needs closer monitoring, we’ll guide you through the right products for your main living area, bedroom, and bathroom.

This guide will walk you through key products and considerations to help you safely set up your home to prevent falls in common areas. Whether your loved one is recovering from surgery, struggles to maintain balance, or has recently fallen and needs closer monitoring, we’ll guide you through the right products for your main living area, bedroom, and bathroom.

What our home safety guide covers

Our guide to home safety addresses common questions and challenges caregivers face when it comes to fall prevention. We’ll cover product recommendations that can make a big impact at home, and offer instructions on how to use or install them. You can shop mobility assistance products like walkers or rollators, non-slip products like grip socks and rubber mats, and stability products like grab bars and bedside rails.

Who this guide is for

We created our home safety guide for family caregivers who support loved ones with mobility challenges. You don’t need to buy anything to get your copy. Click the ‘download the guide’ button or ask a member of our Care Team to send you the guide via email. 

Have questions about home safety supplies or set up? Get in touch!

Our compassionate, highly-trained Care Team is available 24/7 to answer your questions and help you place an order. Call (800) 696-CARE or email support@carewell.com. Our care specialists speak English and Spanish and are committed to making your role as a family caregiver easier.

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