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Most seniors want to stay in their own home, and it's hospitals beds for sale not hard to understand why. But getting older can present challenges with safety, including the risk of falling. Falls are the leading cause of death from injury among people 65 and older. SYNERGY HomeCare is here to offer a helping hand, providing a range of supportive services to individuals who choose to continue living in their own homes. Joining us with more information is Ruth Busalacchi from SYNERGY HomeCare, along with Co-leader of Milwaukee Co. Fall Prevention Coalition, Suzie Ryer.

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It’s time our governments caught up to what our population knows and wants.

Over 90 per cent of Canadians believe it is important that Canada do a better job at helping people over 65 remain healthy and independent as they age, a new survey commissioned by the Canadian Frailty Network and conducted by Nanos Research has found. A similar number (94 per cent) said they support or somewhat support having government programs where people over 65 living at home can access home-based healthcare support as long as it is required.

Frailty is a concern that strikes close to home.

The same survey found close to eight in 10 Canadians are concerned or somewhat concerned about a family member or friend over 65 becoming frail and many Canadians feel unprepared to deal with the situation. Almost seven in 10 Canadians are now, have been or expect to be a caregiver for someone over 65 or make health decisions on their behalf. And about four in 10 currently have a family member or friend over 65 they consider frail.

It’s time our governments caught up to what our population knows and wants.

Over 90 per cent of Canadians believe it is important that Canada do a better job at helping people over 65 remain healthy and independent as they age, a new survey commissioned by the Canadian Frailty Network and conducted by Nanos Research has found. A similar number (94 per cent) said they support or somewhat support having government programs where people over 65 living at home can access home-based healthcare support as long as it is required.

Frailty is a concern that strikes close to home.

The same survey found close to eight in 10 Canadians are concerned or somewhat concerned about a family member or friend over 65 becoming frail and many Canadians feel unprepared to deal with the situation. Almost seven in 10 Canadians are now, have been or expect to be a caregiver for someone over 65 or make health decisions on their behalf. And about four in 10 currently have a family member or friend over 65 they consider frail.