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Helping the Western Australian community stay active and alert to prevent slips, trips and falls.

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Book a free community presentation

Stay On Your Feet® offers free presentations which help remind older adults of the important steps they can take to reduce falls. We present to community groups using our team of trained volunteers who come from a range of backgrounds and are passionate about healthy active ageing. You can meet some of them by clicking here.

The 45 minute presentations take the group through simple tips that they can use to prevent slips, trips and falls and can either cover all of the Move Improve Remove tips, or focus on specific areas such as home safety, physical activity and eating well. To read more about what each presentation involves click here. 

Stay On Your Feet® presentations are for people living within the Perth Metropolitan area and those living independently and may not be suitable for groups with higher care needs. Please contact us to discuss other options.

To book a presentation for your group complete the online booking form below, complete and e-mail a booking form to info@stayonyourfeet.com.au or contact us on 1300 30 35 40.

Community presentation booking form

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If you are in a regional area you might like to download the Make Your Home Safer Educator Guide which gives you all the tools to deliver a presentation focused on Make Your Home Safer to older adults and take part in our current campaign.

Educator Guides are also available for our previous campaigns and can be downloaded using the links below:

View the Move Your Body Educator Guide

View the Fuel Your Body Educator Guide

 

 

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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