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June 2019

eLearning Module Two – Exercise Strategies and Screening for Falls Prevention

June 1, 2019 @ 8:00 am - June 30, 2030 @ 5:00 pm
No cost

Free Self-paced Online Learning  This "Exercise Strategies and Screening for Falls Prevention" online module has been developed for exercise and activity coordinators (e.g. fitness instructors, therapy assistants and peer exercise leaders). The module will help support the implementation of evidence-based falls prevention exercise strategies for older adults. Participants will explore the role of exercise in preventing falls in older adults. This includes the explanations of the different types of exercises and programs designed to improve strength and balance and reduce…

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eLearning Module One – Introduction to Falls Prevention

June 1, 2019 @ 9:30 am - June 30, 2030 @ 9:30 am
No cost

Free Self-paced Online Learning  This "Introduction to Falls Prevention" online module has been developed for exercise and activity coordinators (i.e. fitness instructors, therapy assistants and peer exercise leaders). The module aims to equip non-health professionals with background knowledge of falls, age-related changes and how these can impact an individual's function, mobility and falls risk. Being interactive, practical and evidence-informed, the module will help you facilitate effective and relevant falls prevention exercise strategies for older adults living in the community. Module…

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June 2021

Elder abuse recognition and response in older adult clients webinar

June 23 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Free

Elder abuse is a serious public health issue, estimated to affect 1 in 20 older adults in Western Australia. It can take many forms, including financial, social, physical, sexual, psychological, and emotional abuse, and can occur in a range of different settings. Elder abuse can have ongoing health impacts on an individual, such as physical injury, poor mental health, and increased risk of placement in residential aged care. As with many forms of abuse, it can be difficult for an…

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