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Finding Balance

Finding Balance is a falls prevention program that provides seniors and practitioners with the latest information and resources to help seniors live an active and independent lifestyle. The program uses real life strategies that older adults can use to lower their risk of a fall.

Seniors can prevent falls by keeping active to improve their strength and balance, reviewing their medications yearly, and by visiting their eye doctor for a yearly eye exam.

The program is developed and coordinated by IPC in partnership with seniors’ groups, health care organizations and practitioners across Canada.

Finding Balance is administered across Canada by the program’s Provincial Stewards. Various partners such as regional health authorities, public health organizations, and community health groups have been tasked with delivering and administering Finding Balance in their respective regions.

Falls Prevention Month: The Finding Balance Campaign

November is Falls Prevention Month across Canada. Each provincial steward hosts and operates their own campaign catered to the needs of their population. Please visit the campaign section for more information.

 

 

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Finding Balance
is a seniors' falls prevention initiative developed by the Injury Prevention Centre at the University of Alberta, in partnership with seniors' groups, healthcare organizations, and practitioners across Canada and is administered nationally by provincial stewards.

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The Centre reports operationally to the Dean of the School of Public Health and is accountable to the citizens of Alberta.

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