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Welcome to Stay On Your Feet®. Information and resources to prevent falls and keep you active, because falls are preventable no matter what age you are.

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Hold a Check Your Medicines education session

The Check Your Medicines Facilitator Guide provides the tools and information you need to deliver a falls prevention education session which focuses on medications. Use the guide to run an interactive and engaging session for either individuals or groups of older adults.

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Before you start welcome the group by introducing yourself and explaining what you hope participants will get out of attending. At the beginning of your session give participants context by providing them with falls statistics and explain, using the key messages, why checking your medicines is important to help prevent a slip, trip or fall. Try to keep an open dialogue with the group and encourage everyone to share their opinions, actively participate and ask questions.

Check Your Medicines key messages:

  • Sleeping tablets increase your risk of falls.
  • Know your medicines to reduce your risk of a fall.
  • Taking multiple medicines can increase your risk of a fall.
  • Managing your medicines is an important part of staying healthy and independent.
  • Falls are preventable.

Check Your Medicines Calls To Action:

  • Speak to your GP or Pharmacist about a medicine review.
  • Keep track of your medications with an up to date list.
  • Speak to your GP or Pharmacist if you experience side effects or are taking sleeping tablets.
  • Before you start taking a new medicine ask your Pharmacist to explain the benefits and what side effects to watch out for.

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Stay On Your Feet® is provided by Injury Matters and funded by the Western Australian Department of Health.

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