The results are astounding. They walk more often than you’ve seen them walk in some time because they feel better, safer, more independent and more EMPOWERED than they did.
Do you know why many older adults (with and without Alzheimer’s) take little tiny steps, try to walk by keeping their feet underneath them and shuffle their feet, not picking them up off of the ground (Parkinson’s patients exempted here)?
There is one reason: FEAR OF FALLING.
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