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UMC - Yellow (Fall Prevention) MUSIC VIDEO
 
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At UMC, the safety of our patients is our priority. UMC's Fall Prevention Campaign is aimed at spreading awareness throughout UMC that yellow gowns indicate a patient at risk for falls. We should be mindful of these patients, and offer our help. LYRICS: Look at my scars I’m colored black and blue, I’m pretty dizzy too, That’s why I’m wearin’ yellow I had to go, I didn’t call for you, And took a whoopsie-doo, So now I’m wearin’ yellow Look out for spills and slippery soles, Trippin’ over chairs and IV poles, Check the gown and ask me if I’m OK, Just ask me if I’m OK I called Aunt Joan, She wasn’t quite so strong, And turned her walker wrong, Now were both in yellow It’s up to you, You can prevent my fall, Just know the protocol, And look for my yellow Yellow gowns, they mean a risk for falls, In the bathroom, outside or in the halls, If you see me make sure you offer your help, You’ve got to offer your help Look at my scars I’m colored black and blue, I’m pretty dizzy too.
Views: 34285 UMC Health System
Nurse & Healthcare Training: Preventing Patient Falls
 
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Envision's new "Preventing Patient Falls: A Team Approach" program includes evidence-based strategies, protocols and interventions for preventing patient falls in hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Views: 52987 EnvisionHealthEd
What are some strategies to prevent  falls in PD patients?
 
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Bastiaan Bloem, MD, PhD Director of NPF Center of Excellence Nijmegen Parkinson Center, Radboud University, The Netherlands
Evidence for Fall Prevention Strategies: AHRQ Toolkit for Preventing Falls in Hospitals
 
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This is the fourth of eight Learning Network Webinars that are part of a training program for AHRQ’s Preventing Falls in Hospitals toolkit. In this webinar, Pat Quigley focuses on how to evaluate the level of evidence for making decisions on targeted inventions to use in a fall prevention program. She includes the state of the science of several fall prevention strategies, such as bed alarms, surveillance, protective equipment, prevention for patients with mental/behavioral health disorders, as well as the use of post-fall huddle data. The webinar was held December 15, 2016. Video is also at: https://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/hospital/fallpxtraining/trainingwebinars/index.html
Views: 389 AHRQ Patient Safety
Fall Prevention
 
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Fall Prevention in Nursing Homes: Nursing home residents are twice as likely to fall as older adults who are living in the community. Every year about 1800 people die as a result of falling in nursing homes. Of those who survive a fall, many suffer from fear of falling, disability, loss of function and reduced quality of life. This video highlights common fall hazards found throughout a typical day for a nursing home resident. The locations addressed in this video are the bedroom, bathroom hallways and corridors, lighting and out-of-doors. Footwear and wheelchair safety are also discussed. This project was supported by funds from the Bureau of Health Professions(BHPr), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) under grant number UB4HP19060, Gateway Geriatric Education Center, for $418,203. This information or content and conclusions are those of the authors and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by the BHPr, HRSA, DhhS, or the U.s.government.
Falls Prevention at Home
 
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Recommendations for home modification strategies to reduce the risk of falls.
How to prevent falls in the hospital? The 6 P's of Fall Prevention
 
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http://www.gaylord.org Falls are a major concern in all settings. In order to prevent falls in the hospital, our staff provides "purposeful rounding" to insure that patients receive appropriate care. During rounding, we follow the Six P's of Fall Prevention: Pain, Position, Personal Needs, Pathway, Possessions and Plan. In this video some of our staff share the Six P's to music.
Falls Prevention - reducing hazards at home
 
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This clip is from the Falls are Preventable DVD produced by the Health Promotion Service of the Central Coast Local Health District 2012. For more information on preventing falls or to see more of the videos from the Falls Are Preventable DVD go to www.healthpromotion.com.au
Views: 18997 CCHealthPromotion
Fall Prevention Song (Firework)
 
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Katy Perry's song and Trina Feliciano adapted the lyrics. Alina Feliciano did the vocals. Done to help OT/COTA students learn about fall prevention strategies maybe OTs can share this with patients too.
Views: 16484 Trina Feliciano
Falls Prevention webinar
 
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Focusing on falls risk assessment tools and exercise prescription
Views: 156 Injury Matters
Falls Prevention: An Overview
 
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A brief video from the Iowa Falls Prevention Coalition explaining the risk of falls to older adults and adults with disabilities and ways to reduce the risk of falling.
Views: 411 IowaAging
Six Strategies For Preventing Falls
 
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These come directly from trauma surgeons at Nebraska Medicine.
Views: 10 WOWT 6 News
How to prevent falls at home
 
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How safe is your home? Find out how you can prevent falls with these simple strategies!
Views: 160 TheNUH1985
Fall Prevention
 
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Dr. Fay Horak talks about the aging vestibular system and how to prevent falls.
Strategies for Sustaining Change: Preventing Falls and Pressure Ulcers
 
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During this joint Falls Prevention and Pressure Injury/Ulcer Prevention Webinar, Pat Posa describes key elements of sustaining a prevention program successfully over time; using checklists; key components of sustainable change; and barriers to sustainability. This Webinar is the last of 6 Learning Network Webinars about AHRQ's Preventing Pressure Ulcers in Hospitals toolkit. October 20, 2016. Video also at: https://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/hospital/fallpxtraining/trainingwebinars/index.html
Views: 335 AHRQ Patient Safety
Preventing Falls, Patient Safety
 
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Approximately 300,000 people a year experience serious falls in Switzerland. The majority of these accidents occur near-by or in the home. And they are unrelated to any particular activity. Falls are the most common type of accident among the elderly. Such accidents are not extremely serious, but falls can cause pain, reduce mobility and increase fear of falling again. People also fall while in hospital. This video is intended for patients and their families. It has been made to help prevent, and inform about, the risks of injury during hospitalization.
Fall Prevention Strategies | UCLA Rehabilitation Services
 
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Learn more at http://rehab.ucla.edu
Views: 679 UCLA Health
Fall Prevention
 
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The Fall Prevention Partnership of Solano County has produced a video highlighting the dangers of falls for seniors as well as steps to take to avoid them.
Views: 11503 CityofVacaville
Taking Steps to Prevent Falls
 
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(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Kimberley Bell addressees the the issue of falls in the aging population and evidence-based strategies to reduce fall risk. Bell, a licensed physical therapist, has devoted her career to teaching best practices to physical therapists for assessment and treatment of patients with dizziness, vertigo, imbalance and older adults with repeated unexplained falls. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging" [3/2016] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 30400]
Breaking the Fall: Community Injury Prevention Strategies for Older Adults
 
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Originally broadcast November 15, 2012 Speakers: Mary Gallant, PhD, MPH Professor of Health Policy, Management, and Behavior, University at Albany Jane E. Corrarino, PhD, RN Suffolk County Department of Health Services This broadcast will include experts in falls and injury prevention among older adults. They will provide information on the importance of falls as it relates to the overall health of older adults as well as a brief history of the work that has been done and advances that have been made in the last decade. In addition speakers will discuss their experiences participating in, reviewing, and overseeing falls prevention program, providing viewers with an overview of what works, and how it works. Finally, recognizing that there is still a need for significant advancements in this area, presenters will make recommendations as to how everyone can take steps to help reduce the incidence of falls among older adults.
Views: 745 CPHCE PHL
Fall Prevention in Home Healthcare Training Video | DuPont Sustainable Solutions
 
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Preview the full “Fall Prevention in Home Healthcare” training program here: http://ecom.training.dupont.com/PSF005-DVD-ESP(CoastalU)/HT/en-US/ProductDetails_us/Fall-training.aspx?cid=ytb.psf005 Our “Fall Prevention in Home Healthcare” training program covers some of the proactive screening tools and protective strategies your staff can use to help prevent falls in the patient’s home. - How and where falls occur - Conducting a fall risk assessment - Fall risk assessment scale - Physical assessment and fall prevention - Preventing accidental falls - Preventing unanticipated and anticipated falls - What to do if your patient falls Available as an online training course, DVD and streaming video. Video Transcript: Fall Prevention in Home Healthcare When you step out of the car onto the curb, you go from healthcare professional to skilled detective. It’s your job to protect the home-bound patient, and you make it your business to notice anything that could threaten the health and safety of your patient. Your observation skills can mean the difference between life, serious injury, and even death. Homes are dangerous places. Every 16 minutes someone is fatally injured at home. Among the leading cause of death is falls. Of those who do survive, 20 to 30 percent will suffer debilitating injuries that affect them for the rest of their lives. But falls don’t have to happen. Many are predictable and even preventable. In the next few minutes, we’ll walk through some of the proactive screening tools and protective strategies you can use to prevent falls where they most often occur – in the patient’s home. How and Where Falls Happen Studies show that there are three types of falls: accidental, unanticipated, and anticipated. Fourteen percent of falls are accidental. These falls are unexpected and can’t be predicted. However, many can be prevented by your careful detective work as you search for these safety hazards that can put patients at risk. Often to blame are spills, clutter on the floor, and poor lighting, particularly at night. Unstable furniture can also be the culprit, since weakened patients tend to lean on whatever is available for support. Equipment can fail. Or, sometimes it’s a simple error in judgment – something we all do. Preview the full program and purchase online at http://ecom.training.dupont.com/PSF005-DVD-ESP(CoastalU)/HT/en-US/ProductDetails_us/Fall-training.aspx?cid=ytb.psf005 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DSSLearning ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright © 2006 Coastal Training Technologies Corp. All rights reserved. The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPont™, The miracles of science™ and all products denoted with ® or ™ are registered trademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.
Evidence Based Programs for Older Adult Falls Prevention
 
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Overview of what it means to implement an evidence based program for older adult falls
Views: 2201 Lindsey Myers
Educational Video for Falls Prevention in Long-Term Care
 
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Mrs. Wander - The Case Study of a Recurrent Faller in Long-Term Care
Views: 6453 Michelle Hyatt
Balance Training for Fall Prevention: Part 1
 
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Learn how to increase knowledge of fall prevention, encourage adaptation of strategies to decrease falls, improve awareness of body position and postural alignment, and improve muscular strengthening and endurance. NCHPAD (National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability) is the nation’s premier center in promoting the health and wellness of people with disability. To view more resources and services which can benefit all ages and populations, connect with us: ------------------------------------------------ Website: http://www.nchpad.org Email: [email protected] Phone: 1-800-900-8086 Facebook: https://facebook.com/nchpad Twitter: https://twitter.com/nchpad Instagram: https://instagram.com/nchpad/
Occupational Therapist Home Visit - Fall Prevention
 
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Focused on fall prevention, Occupational therapist Laura Choiniere visits Marcia at home after a hip replacement due to a fall. Now that she is back from rehab, her recovery would benefit from Laura`s recommendations of strategies and equipment to simplify her daily activities and help keep her safe at home. Focusing on bathroom safety and mobility, Laura give professional instruction on how to properly use a shower transfer bench, raised toilet seat, bedside commode, folding stable walker and a reacher.
Views: 27848 Hugo Mobility
Falls Prevention Strategies - Do paediatric facilities really need them?
 
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Presenters: Tracy Wrong Nida DeChamp Synopsis: Often we think that the Accreditation Canada's ROP on falls prevention applies more to long term care, but what is the occurrence of children's falls within health facilities? What age group is the most at risk and how is that risk assessed? When are falls most likely to happen? What strategies are in place at your centre to prevent falls and how are the strategies evaluated? Join us on November 25th 11:00 -- 12:00 EST as we welcome Nida DeChamp, Occurrence Systems Coordinator, Quality and Patient Safety at the IWK to the CAPHC Patient Safety Collaborative. Tracy Wrong, CAPHC Patient Safety Collaborative co-chair, will set the stage and share a bit of CHEO's experience with this ROP and Nida will describe how her organization developed a falls prevention program. Falls may lead to client injury, increased length of stay, and possibly legal action. Reducing falls can improve the experience of clients and reduce the associated costs. Following the presentation we would like to have a round table discussion. Please join us and share your experience and strategy.
The Weightless Walker: The best prevention against falls-related injuries
 
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Fifteen hundred dollars a second! Six million dollars an hour! One hundred forty million dollars a day! These amazing figures represent the direct and indirect costs for fall related injuries. Of them, over two and a half million older adults are being treated in emergency departments and over seven hundred thousand of them need to be hospitalized. Seventy eight percent of fall deaths are due to traumatic brain injuries and injuries to the lower extremities. Hip fractures are the most serious fall-related fractures. Just think: over seven hundred and ten hip fractures a day in America alone. Seventy eight percent of their direct costs are being reimbursed by Medicare and most of the rest by all the other health insurance companies. Our Weightless Walker is the answer to stop that preventable suffering and massive economic hemorrhage. We agree that the official publications make a lot of sense, when they state the “Four key fall-prevention strategies are: exercising regularly, having medications reviewed to reduce side effects and interactions, having yearly eye examinations, and reducing fall hazards in the home”. They really make a lot of sense, but we are convinced that the best preventive measure for this plague is the usage of the Weightless Walker. Even if the person faints, falls asleep, or stumbles over, while being seated safely on the Weightless Walker, this device will not let him/her fall to the floor.
Pima County Health Department Falls Prevention
 
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Occupational Therapist, Ashley Colson, talks about strategies to prevent accidental falls
Views: 72 KGUN9
Safe Steps: Fall Prevention for Seniors
 
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A video for Seniors about safeguarding your home and helping to prevent falls.
Views: 5418 Michael Tomes
Help, I'm Falling: Preventing Falls for Patients with Movement Disorders
 
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UW Health doctor Kathleen Walsh discusses strategies for preventing falls for this specific patient population.
Views: 220 UW Health
ACNL Webinar: Steps for Success - Fall Prevention Strategies
 
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ACNL Member organizations share best practices in fall prevention. Recorded September 15, 2015.
Views: 11 CA Nurse Leaders
Balance Training for Fall Prevention: Part 2
 
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Learn how to increase knowledge of fall prevention, encourage adaptation of strategies to decrease falls, improve awareness of body position and postural alignment, and improve muscular strengthening and endurance. NCHPAD (National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability) is the nation’s premier center in promoting the health and wellness of people with disability. To view more resources and services which can benefit all ages and populations, connect with us: ------------------------------------------------ Website: http://www.nchpad.org Email: [email protected] Phone: 1-800-900-8086 Facebook: https://facebook.com/nchpad Twitter: https://twitter.com/nchpad Instagram: https://instagram.com/nchpad/
M201SB - Fall Prevention in Long Term Care Part 2: Preventive Strategies and Products
 
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http://www.medcominc.com TO ORDER, PLEASE CALL (800) 541-0253 Falls are associated with increased morbidity and mortality, especially for those over 65. This program provides nurses and other healthcare providers with information about the wide variety of preventative strategies and products that can be used to reduce the risk of injury from falls. This is the second program in Medcom’s Fall Prevention series—updated with a new look and feel—that can help you and your institution meet the Joint Commission's National Patient Safety Goals for Long Term Care. After completing this course, the learner should be able to: • Identify the risk or level of risk for residents • Implement preventative strategies and nursing procedures to reduce the risk of falls for residents • Utilize a wide range of tools and products designed to prevent falls and protect residents from fall-related injuries. For more information about this program, please call (800) 877-1443 or go to: http://www.medcomrn.com/index.php/product_category/Long_Term_Care?preview=Y#M201SB
Views: 112 Medcom Trainex
Falls and Injury Prevention for Elders 2015 11 05
 
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The rate of fall injuries among older adults in Aboriginal communities is almost twice that of the non-Aboriginal older adults. Little is known about the factors that contribute to this significant difference, or of appropriate prevention strategies. In this presentation Dr. Vicky Scott will describe a new project to adapt an existing fall and fire prevention program specifically for First Nations Communities. The program known as ‘Strategies and Actions for Independent Living’ (SAIL), has been shown effective in the general population of home support clients. This 3-year project involves a series of training workshops and evaluation site visits for over a dozen First Nations communities to determine what is most appropriate and feasible with regard to fall and fire prevention in remote and urban First Nations communities. In addition, we will show a short video of a pilot project of Tai Chi exercises with First Nations elders.
Views: 131 UBCLC
Fall Prevention at Home – Improving Lighting
 
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Wellness Educator and registered nurse Adrienne Jaworski from The Villages Health®, discusses lighting strategies to prevent falls while at home. This video is just one of many that offers health and wellness tips at http://bit.ly/2j1jiqn Jaworski's tips about lighting include: · Making sure you have enough light in each room, at entrances, and on outdoor walkways · Having light switches at all room and stairway entrances · Putting a lamp within easy reach of your bed · Putting night lights in the bathroom, hallways, and kitchen · Keeping a flashlight handy Learn more about how exercise can improve balance and prevent falls: http://bit.ly/2orW6BS Disclaimer: This content is for entertainment purposes only and it is not meant to be relied on as medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Consult your physician before starting any exercise or dietary program or taking any other action respecting your health. In case of a medical emergency, call 911. Subscribe to the Evergreen Wellness channel now: https://www.youtube.com/c/MyEvergreenWellness?sub_confirmation=1 Socialize with us. It’s good for you! https://www.facebook.com/MyEvergreenWellness/ https://twitter.com/evergreentoday https://www.linkedin.com/company/evergreen-wellness/ https://www.pinterest.com/evergreenwellne/ https://www.instagram.com/evergreenwellness/ https://plus.google.com/+Myevergreenwellness
Views: 12 Evergreen Wellness
The Gravity of Falls: Evidence-Based Preventative Strategies
 
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Slides can be downloaded at: http://www.homehealthquality.org/Webinars/Falls During this webinar, we will 1) discuss validated multifactorial fall risk assessments, 2) examine your data findings and adjust your internal thresholds to identify high risk patients in need of interventions, 3) identify fall prevention interventions for implementation by clinicians in the home, 4) discuss major classes of medications that either increase risk for falls or increase risk of injury from a fall, and 5) review changes in metabolism of medications commensurate with aging.
Prevention of Falls.mov
 
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In the national patient safety goals for 2007, the joint commission emphasized the need to reduce the risk of patient injuries from falls. This is a very nursing-sensitive quality indicator in the delivery of inpatient services. Nurses assume the primary responsibility and are somewhat liable when a patient falls in the inpatient care unit. As of October 2008, Medicare is lo longer reimbursing healthcare facilities for "reasonably preventable" medical errors. This video shows some of the strategies and interventions that nurses, no licensed assistive personnel and family members can implement to prevent falls while in the hospital.
Views: 40065 tampabaypiper
Preventing Falls in Pennsylvania: Implementing Best Practices and Measuring for Success
 
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This educational video provides an overview of the evidence supporting current best practices in falls risk assessment and prevention and discusses promising strategies.  The video has been adapted from an April 18, 2013, webinar presented to Pennsylvania hospitals. After viewing this video, participants should be able to do the following:  Define a standardized approach to implementing evidence-based prevention strategies for patients identified at risk to fall, targeted to identified risk factors.   Identify the evidence-based falls risk assessment tools used in inpatient and outpatient settings.   Recognize how pairing falls risk assessment with mobility tests and injury risk assessment may further contribute to decreased falls and falls with injury. Recall methods for measuring processes and outcomes related to inpatient and outpatient falls.   Presenters:  Michelle Feil, MSN, RN  Falls Risk Assessment and Prevention Strategies    Lea Anne Gardner, PhD, RN Falls Measurement
M202SB - Fall Prevention Part 2: Preventive Strategies and Products
 
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http://www.medcominc.com TO ORDER, PLEASE CALL (800) 541-0253 Falls are associated with increased morbidity and mortality, especially for those over 65. This program provides nurses and other healthcare providers with information about the wide variety of preventative strategies and products that can be used to reduce the risk of injury from falls. This is the second program in Medcom’s Fall Prevention series—updated with a new look and feel—that can help you and your institution meet the Joint Commission's National Patient Safety Goals. After completing this course, the learner should be able to: • Identify the risk or level of risk for patients • Implement preventative strategies and nursing procedures to reduce the risk of falls for patients • Utilize a wide range of tools and products designed to prevent falls and protect patients from fall-related injuries For more information about this program, call (800) 877-1443 or go to: http://www.medcomrn.com/index.php/product_category/Safety?preview=Y#M202SB
Views: 63 Medcom Trainex
"Everybody Falls Sometime"  An Intro to the Prevention of Falls and Injuries in Long Term Care
 
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A 7-minute film that provides insight into falls in long term care settings. This film features interviews with older adults who have experienced falls, and the long-term care staff who work to prevent them.
Views: 4381 SFU-TIPS Research Lab
Strategies and Resources for Fall Prevention
 
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Presenter: Justin Oakley Among older adults, falls are the leading cause of unintentional injuries, injury deaths, and hospital trauma admissions. Falls can take a serious toll on an older person’s quality of life and independence. Many believe that falling is an inevitable part of aging, but it is not.
Views: 95 RIGEC
Setting the course for safety - Preventing falls overboard
 
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Filmed on board fishing vessels from the Gaspé and the Magdalen Islands, the video shows fishers and deckhands performing their tasks, explaining their work and sharing their preventive strategies and “tricks of the trade” for avoiding falls overboard. Find more information at: http://www.irsst.qc.ca/en/publications-tools/publication.aspx?i=100809&n=falls-crew-members-quebec-lobster-boats-risk-prevention-r-869
How to get up from the floor (after a fall) - MacGyver style!
 
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Watch how Homeability.com founder and Occupational Therapist Rhonda B. promotes creative "out of the box" thinking to inspire new ideas for getting up from the floor after a fall in the home! The video, meant for seniors and people with balance problems, raises awareness that common items in the household can often be turned into surprisingly effective makeshift fall-rescue tools. To learn more about falls and fall recovery, check out the follow-up article on our website: http://homeability.com/get-up-after-fall-part-two/ For more tips & tricks on "Living at Home for a Lifetime", 1. visit homeability.com 2. sign up for our newsletter at homeability.com/subscribe. If you found this video helpful, please let us know by giving us a thumbs-up or by commenting below & subscribing to our YouTube channel! -
Views: 721179 homeability.com
Fall Prevention in Hospitals
 
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Meeting Description: Presented by the Ontario Falls Prevention Community of Practice... Falls in the hospital setting is a major concern for staff and hospital administrators. They can have astronomical consequences for patients and their families. To reduce falls and improve safety in hospitals, falls prevention programs have been developed. Multifactorial strategies are implemented including pre and post fall risk assessment screening with follow up interventions. An interdisciplinary team approach is used to address the multiple variables associated with falls and injurious falls in hospitals. But are these strategies effective? Are the fall rates decreasing in hospitals? This webinar will be used as an open discussion for participants to give their thoughts and suggestions on how to improve fall safety in hospitals. Presenters: Wendy Abbas Wendy Abbas RN, BScN, MHS is the Director of Rehabilitation and Complex Continuing Care at the Woodstock Hospital. Wendy is the Senior Friendly Lead and Falls Prevention Lead at the hospital. Barbara Watson Barbara Watson RN, is a Clinical Educator in the Medicine Program at the London Health Sciences Centre. She is presently completing her PhD at Western University in the Health & Aging Field with research interests in dementia care and patient falls in hospitals.
Views: 794 SHKNetwork
HealthWise TV - Stepping On Fall Prevention
 
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Falls are not a normal part of aging, and the Stepping On course helps older adults with strategies for maintaining independence and reducing their fall risk. Stormont Vail Health has teamed with Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital to offer this free, seven-week course over multiple sessions throughout 2018. Participants must meet certain qualifications: • Be age 65 or older • Have had a fall in the past year or are fearful of falling • Live at home or in independent living • Do not have dementia • Do not use a walker or wheelchair full-time • Can commit to attending each of the seven sessions Teresa Taylor, RN, trauma prevention coordinator, helps oversee Stormont Vail Health's Stepping On program and is one of its instructors. She spoke recently with Ralph Hipp on the HealthWise TV show. To find open Stepping On sessions, go to www.stormontvail.org, or call (785) 354-5225. For more HealthWise TV, tune in Fridays, from 9 to 9:30 a.m. on WIBW-TV, Channel 13, or catch previous interviews here on the Stormont Vail Health YouTube channel.
SAIL Fall Prevention Home Activity Program - Overview (Mandarin Chinese)
 
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Copyright These materials are part of the Strategies and Actions for Independent Living Program Copyright © 2012 Dr. Vicky Scott. Disclaimer of Warranties Information and content are provided “as is”. While we endeavour to provide content that is correct, accurate and timely, we cannot guarantee applicability in all cases. By using the SAIL materials, the user acknowledges and agrees that he or she is using the materials at their own risk and liability. *Always be sure to check with your doctor before starting a new exercise program. For More Information: http://www.sailfallprevention.ca