Most caregivers and healthcare professionals know how dangerous, and frequent falls are for older adults. As we age, our bodies react differently, and a fall can be life-threatening. Falls are the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries among older adults. Falls can lead to severe injuries and a rapid decline in health. As aging increases, the chances of falling also increases. One out of three people over 65 years old and one out of two people over 85 years old, experience a fall every year. Falls are caused by many factors such as mobility problems, poor vision or hearing, conditions in the home, and malnutrition.