Minnesota Seniors Fall Prevention
Safety equipment in your home can help lower your risk of falling. Preventing falls is one of the most important things you can do to keep you or your loved one safe at home.
|Tandem Strength & Balance|
YOUR AGING LOVED ONES CAN GET BETTER. Medicare benefits are terminated most often because progress isn’t made fast enough...and what it takes is simply more time! We help people get better every day regardless of age or diagnosis. Leg strength is fundamental to living an independent lifestyle. To spend time with family, enjoy friends and hobbies, retain our independence and keep living costs down, we must maintain adequate leg strength. The in-home, strength-training programs offered by Tandem Strength & Balance® provide seniors with customized exercises to meet their unique needs. Our proprietary training programs enable independence which increases dignity, self-confidence and overall quality of life. Contact us for a free in-home consultation! Our evaluation will provide you with the TOP 3 REASONS why your loved one is struggling and what can be done to live an active and engaged life. Get Strong. Stay Strong.
Serving the 7-County Metro Area
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|Independent Living Solutions|
Independent Living Solutions specializes in adapting your existing home to your changing needs. Our goal at ILS is to provide home environments that enable people of all abilities to continue living at home in our familiar surroundings. Independent Living Solutions is your single source for architectural solutions to maintaining your independence. We have the capability to service all of your needs from the simple grab bar install to a complex design and build. Including installation of ramps, cabinet lifts, ADA showers & tubs, stairway lift systems, and all forms of ADA architectural products. Before you or your loved ones are committed to Assisted Living, contact Independent Living Solutions and see how we can assist you in keeping your independence by adapting your home to suite your needs.
CAPS, CMI, CMRCTel: 612-743-7373