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Safety Guidelines Caring for Someone in the Home Training Sheet

Adults need to take extra safety precautions due to physical changes that occur as a part of the aging process, but also as weakness increases due to disease progression. Hospice patients are at increased risk of injury inside the home. It’s important to know what you can do to promote safety and prevent harm to yourself when caring for the one you love.

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