Today I received a call that a friend from high school had passed away as a result of a heart attack. She was in her 50’s with minor health problems. She wasn’t living alone but with her son (who was in another part of the house when she fell). While they shared texts back and…

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Backpacks and Fall Prevention A trendy client told me the story of her fabulous lunch at a cute little place on the Westside. She loves eating out and hates to cook so I always listen when she says the food is “Amazing!” She met with her girlfriends of 25 years and they laughed and shared…

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Michigan City—I’m not ready I visited family this weekend and couldn’t help but ask about the use of the bathroom tub. My concern was that it was much too high for my cousin (who had 2 knee replacements) to use without falling. She said she didn’t use it at all and had plans to tear it…

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I needed help figuring out a glitch on my website so I called for assistance. The help desk operator, Brian, listened to my needs and after hearing what we talk about on weallfall.com, he shared a story of his father falling down the stairs at his home in the Midwest. At the young age of…

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This past weekend I ventured into a newly built community close to the beach and was so impressed with all the lovely amenities. A kitchen on the patio, a huge game room, 4 bedrooms, 3 floors, an elevator, and great feng shui (except I heard someone say that the sink shouldn’t have been directly across…

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While having dinner at a local bar and grill, I witnessed a man fall off a stair that wasn’t marked properly. He was embarrassed and made a loud high pitched scream as he lost his balance. My thoughts:  that was totally avoidable! The stair could have had a visual reminder, a motion light could have…

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