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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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Training videos

The ICCWA films the Falls Management Lecture Series 2015 at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) as well as other professional development events and presentations.


Move your body:

Assessment tools and exercise prescription
Part 1 Falls prevention for older adults
Part 2 Falls prevention for older adults
Improve you balance walk tall be active
Build Your Balance campaign video
Build Your Balance campaign launch event presentation

Improve your health:

Don’t let medications trip you up
Manage your medicines, manage your health
Check Your Medicines campaign video
Check Your Medicines Toolkit demonstration video

Remove hazards:

Visual impairment
Make Your Home Safer campaign video
Role of podiatry in falls


Patient’s perspective of falls in hospital
Dr Nic Waldron -Trend in hip fracture incidence
Jacqueline Close -The challenges of operationalising the evidence in falls and injury prevention
Stephen Lord – cognition, risk taking and fear of falling: recent findings from NeuRA fall risk factor and intervention studies
Best practice for media materials
Falls prevention training session development of a falls framework for Bethanie Residential Aged Care
Mental health and falls
Role of patient education and falls
Cochran review presentation
Motivation interview and falls
 Is WA in a crisis?
 Technology and falls
 Fits, faints and funny turns
 Delirium and falls
 Dementia and falls
 Joining Forces On Falls Prevention

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