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Falls Are Preventable

Here are some simple, key tips for you to follow to help prevent slips, trips and falls… so that you can get on with enjoying the fun things in life.

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Individuals and families

  • What can cause a fall?
  • How can I prevent falls?
  • What if I do fall?
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Did you know?

Falls among older people who are under 75 years are more likely to be related to environmental factors, while falls among people aged 75 years and over are more likely to be related to personal factors.

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The Make Your Home Safer campaign has come to a close!

Saturday 30 April marked the end of the three month Make Your Home Safer falls prevention campaign delivered by Stay…

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The Stepping On program: Preventing falls one step at a time

Falls in older adults can often be attributed to modifiable individual or environmental risk factors. In many cases, falls are…

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Event review: Make Your Home Safer forum

Falls prevention starts at home Almost half of falls amongst older adults in Western Australia occur in the home and…

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Stay On Your Feet® is provided by the Injury Control Council of WA and funded by the State Government through the Department of Health.

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