Falls Prevention

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Falls Prevention
1 WHY?
1.1 Personal
1.1.1 Loss of confidence
1.1.2 Hip fracture
1.1.3 Quality of life
1.1.4 Dignity
1.2 Organisational
1.2.1 A&E attendances
1.2.2 Hospital admissions
1.2.3 Ambulance service
1.2.4 Demand for personal care
1.2.5 Reablement
1.2.6 Residential care admissions
2 HOW?
2.1 Telecare
2.2 Direct payments
2.3 Personal budgets
2.4 Home safety assessments
2.4.1 Self assessment
2.4.2 Home Visit
2.4.2.1 Health visitors
2.4.2.2 District nurses
2.4.2.3 Handyperson
2.4.2.4 Housing Officers
2.4.2.5 Social Workers
2.4.2.6 OTs
2.4.2.7 Social care contracts
2.4.2.8 Emergency Services
2.4.2.8.1 Fire
2.4.2.8.2 Police
2.4.2.8.3 Ambulance
2.5 Exercise
2.6 Medication review
2.7 Equipment
2.7.1 Grab rails
2.7.2 Bathing aids
2.7.3 Access to property
2.7.4 Sitting to standing
2.7.5 Showers
2.8 Public realm improvements
2.9 Public transport
3 WHO?
3.1 Over 75s
3.2 Disabled people
3.3 Visually impaired
3.4 Deaf (lack of balance)
3.5 Dementia
3.6 Lower income
3.7 Long term limiting illness
3.8 Stroke
3.9 Arthritis
3.10 Dehydration / malnutrition
4 KNOWLEDGE
4.1 Events
4.2 GPs
4.3 Health workers
4.4 Families and carers
4.5 Hospitals
4.6 Websites
4.7 Leaflets
4.8 Self help
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