Our 73-point safety inspection covers all areas of your home. It will identify hidden safety concerns in and around the home

Free In Home Inspection

Symphony Senior Home Care offers seniors a free, no obligation Home Safety Inspection that will alert seniors services of safety issues throughout the home. Our 73-point safety inspection covers all areas of your home. It will identify hidden safety concerns in and around the home, which can be fixed by the homeowner or our trained staff of professionals.

Each year, one in every three adults ages 65 or older falls and 2 million are treated in emergency departments for fall-related injuries. And the risk of falling increases with each decade of life. The long-term consequences of fall injuries, such as hip fractures and traumatic brain injuries (TBI), can impact the health and independence of older adults. Thankfully, falls are not an inevitable part of aging. In fact, many falls can be prevented. Everyone can take actions to protect the older adults they care about. Fortunately, falls are a public health problem that is largely preventable.

How big is the problem?

purple check box One out of three older adults (those aged 65 or older) falls each year but les than half talk to thier healthcare provider about it.

purple check box Among older adults, falls are the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries.

purple check box In 2010, 2.3 million nonfatal injuries among older adults were treated in emergency departments and more than 662,000 of these patients were hospitalized.

purple check box In 2010, the direct medical costs of falls, adjusted for inflation was $30 billion.

Eliminate hazards at home.

About half of all falls happen at home. A home safety check can help identify potential fall hazards that need to be removed or changed, such as tripping hazards, clutter, and poor lighting. Contact Symphony today for your FREE, No-Obligation Home Safety Inspection for Senior Services.

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