What is Fall Prevention Program?

Each year, over 200,000 adults endure one or more falls, leading to 10,000 hospitalizations and over 800 deaths, with seniors aged 65 or older being particularly vulnerable, as 1 in 3 experience annual falls. As the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries among seniors, falls result in heightened morbidity, reduced functioning, and increased healthcare expenses. With falls and related injuries constituting a significant portion of emergency department visits and hospital admissions for seniors, we offer a specialized program aimed at mitigating fall risks. Through tailored education, exercises, and training, our program empowers individuals to lead safer lives, with options for group or individual sessions available.

How can Fall prevention program can help me?

A fall prevention program can greatly benefit you by reducing the risk of falls and their associated injuries. Through personalized assessments and interventions, such programs address factors contributing to falls, such as muscle weakness, balance issues, and environmental hazards. By participating in a fall prevention program, you can improve your strength, balance, and mobility, enhancing your ability to navigate daily activities safely. Additionally, these programs provide education on fall prevention strategies and techniques, empowering you to take proactive measures to reduce your risk of falls at home and in the community. Overall, a fall prevention program can help you maintain independence, confidence, and quality of life as you age.

What to expect during Fall prevention Program?

During a fall prevention program, you can expect a comprehensive approach aimed at addressing your individual risk factors for falls. The program typically begins with a thorough assessment by a healthcare professional to evaluate your strength, balance, mobility, and any environmental hazards in your home. Based on the assessment findings, personalized interventions and exercises will be recommended to target areas of weakness and improve your overall stability. These may include strength training exercises, balance exercises, flexibility exercises, and gait training. Additionally, the program may include education on fall prevention strategies, such as home modifications, footwear recommendations, and safety precautions.

Fall Prevention Program can include:

  • Improved balance and stability
  • Increased strength and mobility
  • Enhanced confidence in performing daily activities
  • Reduction in the risk of falls and fall-related injuries
  • Greater independence and quality of life
  • Education on fall prevention strategies and safety measures
  • Support in identifying and addressing environmental hazards
  • Empowerment to take proactive steps to prevent falls
  • Collaboration with healthcare professionals to address individual risk factors
  • Long-term maintenance of functional abilities and well-being


Participating in our fall prevention program empowers individuals to take control of their health and safety, reducing the risk of falls and promoting independence and well-being.