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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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Order and download resources

Stay On Your Feet® have a range of resources that provide information to assist in preventing falls. Please click on the images below to view the resources.

We can also deliver many of the resources to your home free of charge.  Orders can be placed directly through the Injury Matters resource ordering website Guests are limited to small orders. To place a bulk order please register as a Quickmail user.

If you would like any assistance deciding which resources are best for you, please contact  Stay On Your Feet® on 1300 30 35 40 or via email at

Check Your Medicines campaign resources

Order the below Check Your Medicines resources and join us in the Check Your Medicines campaign. For more information on the campaign visit the campaign page.

Check Your Medicines flyer

NEW! Check Your Medicines bag

Falls prevention resources

Move Improve Remove booklet

Move Improve Remove booklet     for Aboriginal peoples

Home Safety Checklist


Move Your Body flyer


Check Your Medicines flyer


Check Your Medicines bag


Fuel Your Body booklet

Build Your Balance Flyer


Strengthen Your Legs flyer


Up off the floor poster and falls action plan – Using my knees


Up off the floor poster and falls action plan – Using my arms

Move Improve Remove poster

Resources available for download only

CaLD resources available in five languages for download only




Lawn Bowls


Improving Your Flexibility A4 flyer

Improving Your Flexibility flyer (download only)

Falls risk checklist

Falls risk checklist   (download only)

Shoe Safety checklist

Shoe Safety checklist (download only)


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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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Government of Western Australia Department of Health Injury Matters