Fall Prevention

Stay On Your Own Two Feet! by Gail Davies

Publisher: Infinity Publishing

Written in English
Cover of: Fall Prevention | Gail Davies
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  • Aging - General,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family/Marriage
The Physical Object
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7923634M
ISBN 100741432390
ISBN 109780741432391

Falls can happen to everyone but, as we get older, the likelihood of a trip or stumble increases. However, the good news is that falls of this kind are not an inevitable part of getting older. The benefits of preventing a fall include maintaining your mobility, independence, and the abil. Fall Prevention. 8 Getting Started Group Presentations Many social organizations, retirement communities, and religious groups can offer the ideal target audience for your safety messages. You may want to coordinate your group presentations with local service agencies, service clubs, or. The CFPC E-Learning course will help participants acquire the knowledge and skills needed to apply an evidence-based approach to the prevention of falls and fall-related injuries. Participants will be guided through instructor-facilitated learning modules and online discussion forums.

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Fall Prevention: Stay On Your Own Two Feet. tells you how to identify and reduce your fall risk factors. Topics covered include; fear of falling, posture, balance, Fall Prevention book, exercise, vision, medications, footwear,clothing, doctor relationship, pets.

Easy to follow illustrations, simple lists, and proactive exercise suggestions make this quide /5(9). Safety practitioners will find it an invaluable source/tool for designing, evaluating, auditing, or simply updating an already existing slip/trip/fall prevention program/policy.

This book is simply the best text book out there on the subject of Slips/trips and falls/5(6). A Fall Prevention Workbook is available to assist you in following the information. provided to you and to serve as a self-assessment tool to provide insight into This book and video series will give you suggestions that can help boost your confidence in safely maintaining your independence.

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The good news is that most falls can be prevented. As a caregiver, you have the power to reduce your loved one’s risk of falling, and your own fall risk as well.

Download this guide to learn about fall risk factors and develop a falls prevention action plan. A CDC Compendium of Effective Fall Interventions: What Works for Community-Dwelling Older Adults 2nd Edition by Judy A.

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The provision of health services to members of federally-recognized Tribes grew out of the special government-to-government relationship between the federal government and Indian Tribes. Every 29 minutes, an older adult dies from a fall; every 14 seconds an older adult is treated in an ED for a fall-related injury.

State of Aging and Health in America Published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it focuses on the health of adults agedFile Size: KB. This book covers a wealth of knowledge from experts and informed stakeholders on the best ways to understand, prevent, and control fall-related risk exposures.

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Strategies for older adult fall prevention include the following: • One of several evidence-based fall prevention initiatives is the Stopping Elderly Accidents, Deaths, and Injuries, created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to guide primary care physicians in the identification of modifiable fall risk factors.

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Book Description. More than one million people suffer from a slip, trip, or fall each year died as a result of falls in They are the number one preventable cause of loss in the workplace and the leading cause of injury in public places.

The content focuses on the practical application of current research on fall and fall-related injury prevention.

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Home Activity Program. The Home Activity Program is designed for home and community care clients to improve balance and muscle strength. To assist people with different abilities, the program has three levels of activities. These include activities that may be done while s itting, standing or moving.

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To answer, we’ve gathered some of the best fall-prevention tips together in a single book to help caretakers, clients, friends, and relatives of those who are likely to fall. These tips will help you fall-proof your home and make it much safer for everyone who comes over. Fall Prevention in Nursing Homes: Nursing home residents are twice as likely to fall as older adults who are living in the community.

Falls Prevention Awareness What is meant by a fall? The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines a fall in the following way: ‘A fall is defined as an event which results in a person coming to rest inadvertently on the ground or floor or other lower level.’ NHS Scotland have suggested a slightly simpler version of this definition:File Size: 1MB.

Fall injuries are the number one cause of emergency room visits and the fourteenth leading cause of death in the US.

The award-winning book Stop the slop shows how you can prevent these injuries.z Instructions for using the Toolbox Talks to train workers in fall prevention (pages 2–3). z A series of Toolbox Talks about various fall prevention topics (pages 5–12).

Additional resources: z A Fact Sheet, in English and Spanish, with some key information about preventing falls (page 15).