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Trent Brown - Proven Fall Prevention Strategies

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 Trent Brown - Proven Fall Prevention Strategies

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Identify Demographics of Falls

  • Cost of falls
  • Cause of falls (medication, aging, diagnosis, weakness, gait, etc.)
  • Environment

Clinical Role of Reducing Falls

  • Education (medication management, sleep, AE use, etc.)
  • Fall reduction in the home
  • Otago Exercise Program

Best Practice

  • Fall risk assessment and evaluation (functional reach, chair-stand, etc.)
  • Additional fall reduction exercises and activities (static/isometric, dynamic, etc.)
  • Exercise dose -documentation

Would you like to receive  Trent Brown - Proven Fall Prevention Strategies ?

Description:

30% of people over age 65 fall each year.  This number increases to nearly 50% in in-patient settings and skilled nursing facilities.  Fall-related injuries causing death, hospitalization, and/or treatment was projected to be $111 billion in 2010.  In addition, nearly 25% of all adults (45-64) experience one fall in the community annually.

Can therapists provide treatment and education to clients to reduce the risk of falls in the home, community, and clinical settings?  What research supports the role of therapy in fall reduction and what is their role?  This recording will answer these questions and discuss the most basic preventive strategies including: exercise strategies, medication management, and home modification.

 Trent Brown - Proven Fall Prevention Strategies

/images/uploaded/1019/Trent Brown - Proven Fall Prevention Strategies.jpg

Identify Demographics of Falls

  • Cost of falls
  • Cause of falls (medication, aging, diagnosis, weakness, gait, etc.)
  • Environment

Clinical Role of Reducing Falls

  • Education (medication management, sleep, AE use, etc.)
  • Fall reduction in the home
  • Otago Exercise Program

Best Practice

  • Fall risk assessment and evaluation (functional reach, chair-stand, etc.)
  • Additional fall reduction exercises and activities (static/isometric, dynamic, etc.)
  • Exercise dose -documentation

Would you like to receive  Trent Brown - Proven Fall Prevention Strategies ?

Description:

30% of people over age 65 fall each year.  This number increases to nearly 50% in in-patient settings and skilled nursing facilities.  Fall-related injuries causing death, hospitalization, and/or treatment was projected to be $111 billion in 2010.  In addition, nearly 25% of all adults (45-64) experience one fall in the community annually.

Can therapists provide treatment and education to clients to reduce the risk of falls in the home, community, and clinical settings?  What research supports the role of therapy in fall reduction and what is their role?  This recording will answer these questions and discuss the most basic preventive strategies including: exercise strategies, medication management, and home modification.