Could a fall change your lifestyle?

Every year, many older adults fall. After a fall, many people are unable to live the way they want. They may lose their independence or live in fear of falling again. Falls are not a natural part of getting older.

Falls can be prevented and Finding Balance can help.


Keeping Well for Older Adults Booklet

Alberta Blue Cross and the Injury Prevention Centre have teamed up to create a timely new resources to support Alberta seniors as they emerge from the pandemic.
(Printed booklets are also available to order)


Free Resources!
Check out the resources available for download.

Have you seen our new videos yet?

Be Active

Do activities you enjoy! Remember, you're never too old, or too young, to start.

Check Your Vision

Find out about your eye health and any changes to your vision.

Check Your Medications

Review all your medications, supplements, and vitamins with your doctor or pharmacist.


Elders' Falls

KTC adapted Finding Balance resources to produce culturally-appropriate tools for First Nation Elders.

Planning for Fall Prevention Month 2022 is underway!

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