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New Book Helps Reduce Injuries in the Elderly


ATLANTA, GA (April 19, 2013) – Within the pages of Deborah Van Horn’s new book “Save Your Aging Parents from Unnecessary Injuries” the reader will find an organized discussion of the steps people can take to make the homes of their elderly parents safe for them.  The author alerts readers to the possible dangers present in each room of the house and suggests improvements to enhance safety.  She also covers the exterior of the home as well as medications and other security measures such as security monitors, caregivers/companions, and camera systems (nanny cams).  The book is available now on for just $0.99.
“I wrote this book to alert people to the dangers that exist in the homes of their elderly parents and grandparents,” said the author.  “Falls are the leading causes of injury among the elderly and can lead to severe disability or even death.  The good news is that most falls can be prevented by taking simple measures around the home.”
Deborah Van Horn has been an educator for the past 18 years.  She became interested in issues of the elderly when her mother began exhibiting symptoms of dementia almost three years ago.  Her mother has since been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. 
To order Save Your Aging Parents from Unnecessary Injuries, go to  The book can be downloaded onto any computer or pad for immediate reading using Amazon’s free Kindle device for computers and pads.  Just click here to get Amazon’s free software.


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