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Marin CIL's Fall Prevention
& Home Safety Program
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What Dignity at Home is About:

Marin CIL recently partnered with a regional home modifications company Home Safety Services. This new program will help to address the critical health issue of falls prevention among older adults and adults with disabilities.

Sponsored and funded by the Marin Area Agency on Aging, the funds for the Dignity at Home Fall Program will help to provide low-income individuals with no-cost falls prevention modifications.

Home Modification Packages May Include:

  • Home Safety Assessment

    Creating a safe bathroom is not a one-size fits all solution. Development of the appropriate grab bar and bathroom safety solutions depends upon thorough assessment of the consumer, caregiver (if any), and environment.

  • Grab Bars

    Grab bars are the most common, and arguably the most effective, senior home safety modification. To be safe and effective, the grab bars must be properly selected, properly positioned and properly installed.

  • Raised Toilet Seat

    Toilet solutions typically involve either raising the height, adding support or both. We'll assess your needs and guide you to the solution that will work best for you in your particular bathroom.

  • Handheld Shower

    Confident and independent bathing is essential maintaining one's dignity, health and well-being. Minor shower adaptations can be life changing.

  • Fall Prevention Checklist

    This tool is designed to provide targeted and tangible education regarding the most practical ways of reducing the risk of falls at home.

  • Complimentary Pill Box

    Results demonstrated most participants use pillboxes to help manage their medications, and pillbox users tended to have better medication adherence than nonusers. Just our way of saying thanks!

Photo of an adaptive shower/bathtub and toilet.
Photo of an adaptive shower with chair and handshower.

Who Qualifies:

The program is available to qualified low-income Marin County individuals who are at risk of at-home falls. Only the following critera need to be met to qualify:

  • Your annual household income cannot exceed the 80 percent (currently $83,762) of the current Marin County median income of $104,703 a year.
  • You must be a person with a disability and/or over the age of 60 that is at risk for at-home falls.
Apply for Dignity at Home Services

For more information about Diginity at Home or any other questions on how to apply, please call Tonique McNair at 415-754-3923.

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Special thanks to the County of Marin Aging and Adult Services for their support and to our partners Home Safety Services.