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June 2019

eLearning Module One – Introduction to Falls Prevention

June 1, 2019 @ 9:30 am - June 30, 2021 @ 9:30 am
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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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April 2021

SOLD OUT- Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention Instructor Training

April 14 - April 16
Tomasi Room, Bendat Parent and Community Centre, 36 Dodd st
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Would you like to deliver Tai Chi for Arthritis to older adults? Tai Chi for Arthritis is a program designed by Dr Paul Lam and a team of medical specialists and Tai Chi experts. Based on the Sun style of Tai Chi, Tai Chi for Arthritis Prevention is easy to learn, effective and safe. Tai Chi for Arthritis is an evidence-based program which works to prevent falls through improving balance, confidence and muscular strength in older adults. During the workshop…

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May 2021

Frailty and Falls Prevention Webinar

May 4 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Frailty is recognised as a risk factor for falls. Frailty involves the concepts associated with the deterioration of the body related to the ageing process. It involves decreased physical performance, including balance, gait and mobility problems, all of which predispose older adults to falling. Falls can have a negative psychological impact on older adults including fear of falling, loss of confidence, and anxiety which may lead to loss of independence. Due to the negative impact of falling it is important…

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