Preventative Measures

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Preventative Measures

Tips and advice on how to prevent the need for care

As a person with a disability, it is important to take preventative measures to avoid accidents, illnesses and complications, and to avoid entry and re-entry to the hospital. Here you will find tips, tricks, and advice for people with disabilities who want to prevent the need for hospitalization, rehabilitation and/or nursing home care.

Following these preventative measures can help keep you healthy, independent, and safe!

The following information has been collected by Living Well With A Disability from various sources to provide individuals who would like to live well with their disability suggestions for preventative healthcare. While we believe this information to be accurate, we make no guarantees. All individuals should consult their personal physician regarding preventative healthcare and prior to making any health decisions.

Under no circumstances shall CILCP or its employees be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages which may result in any way from your use of the information included as part of the Living Well With A Disability website.

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