While spending more time at home, seniors may develop a routine with less daily physical activity. Staying socially connected and adding more movement into the day can help ensure seniors are healthy and ready to add on more activity when the time comes. Caregivers have a unique opportunity to support seniors to stay active and help them prevent falls.

Some seniors may express concern for their safety if they are just starting to be physically active, especially if they’re alone at home. As a caregiver, you can help by acknowledging their concerns and supporting them to get started:

Tips for caregivers to help seniors stay active during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

For more information on keeping seniors active and safe, visit Parachute.