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Walking on Toes

Flexible walking patterns are important for older adults, and this exercise helps maintain strength while they walk.

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Heel Toe Walk

This exercise helps maintain balance while moving, like stepping to the side or over things.

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One Legged Stand

One legged stands are important for older adults to practice to maintain strength in their center of gravity.

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Heel Toe Raises

Heel toe raises help older adults improve the strength of their lower leg muscles which are important for balance during walking.

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Weight Shifts

Older adults need to maintain their center of gravity while they are walking. This exercise helps to strengthen the area around their belly button.

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Side Leg Raises

Side leg raises help to improve the strength of the hips and legs.

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8-foot Up and Go Assessment

This assessment is a measure of an older adult's balance, agility and walking speed.

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Chair Stands Assessment

Use chair stands to help assess an older adult's lower body strength.

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Prevent Senior Falls: Assessment and Balance Exercises

Learn about a series of exercises to help prevent and assess a senior's risk for falls and help them build strength to improve their balance.

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Have the Aging Conversation with Your Family

Home Instead Senior Care portrays the importance of having the aging conversation sooner rather than later through the lens of younger children concerned about their parents.

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