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First Ever Bedside Cane Holder
Date:4/25/2013

ed to make your cane easier to reach.

It is well known that falls occur regularly and repeatedly in nursing homes and assisted living care homes. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention), each year a typical nursing home with 100 beds reports 100 to 200 falls and many more falls go unreported. Patients often fall more than once with an average of 2.6 falls per person per year.  An estimated 1,800 people die each year from falls and between 10% and 20% of falls result in serious injuries.  Lora Haddox R.N .,B.S.N., a teacher of nursing, and a former director of nursing for 100 -200 bed nursing homes in Tennessee, Georgia and Louisiana talked with us about the Freedom Cane Holder and after speaking with her, it is very clear that falls are an all too common problem for people that require a cane to walk. "We would deal with falls on a daily basis. Even in an assisted living facility with full staff, you cannot always be there and predict when one of the residents will need to get out of bed. The majority of our falls occurred during the night. If we would have had access to a product such as the Freedom Cane Holder, I am sure that the number of falls would have greatly decreased. It is not just a physical injury that occurs with these people, it can also emotionally scar some people and it can get to a point where they are too afraid of falling to get out of their own bed."

The mission for the first ever bedside cane holder is to radically reduce the number of falls among people that require a cane to walk when they get in and out of bed.  The Freedom Cane Holder will prolong an individual's ability to live independently in their home. This product is safe, reliable, easy to use and most importantly, affordable.  People who own the Freedom Cane Holder will be given a new sense of independence and s
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