Fall Prevention

Falling is temporary. Getting back up is what counts.

One moment, one slip is all it seems to take to rob you of your independence. Not so. Your ability to live your everyday life in the comfort of your own home is a priority for us. After all, one in three people aged 65+ each year suffer a fall that affects health and independence. Our fall prevention programs aim to prevent this result from happening through environmental assessments; strength, balance and pain assessments; and prevention planning with friends and family.

So what does this include?
  • Inventory of your home’s risk of falls
  • Strength test
  • Balance test
  • Pain inventory
  • Medication assessment
  • Fall prevention planning

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