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Book a free community presentation

Stay On Your Feet® offers free Move Improve Remove, Move Your Body, Make Your Home Safer, Check Your Medicines  and Fuel Your Body presentations to community groups. The 45 minute presentations take the group through simple tips that they can use to prevent slips, trips and falls.

Stay On Your Feet® presentations are for people living in the community and may not be suitable for your group. Please contact us to discuss other options.

Presentations are only available in the Perth Metropolitan area. If you are in a regional area you might like to download one of our toolkits, our toolkits will take you through the steps of planning a presentation you can deliver for your group or organisation.

To book 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.

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Move Your Body presentations

Moving your body will improve your balance and posture, strengthen your muscles and bones and improve your overall fitness and general well being. . Moving your body by building your balance and strengthening your legs is the best way to prevent slips, trips and falls.

The information covered in the 45 minute Move Your Body presentation includes:

  • Overview of Stay On Your Feet® and how moving your body, improving your health and removing hazards can prevent falls.
  • Why balance and leg strength are important.
  • What factors affect balance and leg strength.
  • What you can do to challenge your balance and improve your leg strength.
  • Who can help you to build your balance and strengthen your legs.

This  presentation is  fun and interactive for the  audience. Free information packs are given to the audience.

Check Your Medicines presentations

Slips, trips and falls can happen to anyone but as people get older the chance of it happening gets higher. Getting medicines checked and reviewed on a regular basis is a simple way to reduce a persons risk of having a fall.

The information covered in this 45 minute Check Your Medicines presentation includes:

  • Overview of Stay On Your Feet® and how moving your body, improving your health and removing hazards can prevent falls
  • The side effects of medicines and the how they work together.
  • The impact of long-term use of medicines, such as sleeping pills on your health.
  • Tips to help you manage medicines such as keeping an up-to-date list of medicines and getting these  checked by your GP or pharmacist.

This  presentation is  fun and interesting for the audience. Free information packs are given to the audience.

Fuel Your Body presentations

Fuelling your body with a regular meals from a variety of food groups to keep your body strong and healthy. Eating healthy, nourishing meals, drinking less alcohol and drinking more water can improve your general health and wellbeing and prevent slips, trips and falls.

The information covered in the 45 minute Fuel Your Body presentation includes:

  • Overview of Stay On Your Feet® and how fuelling your body, improving your health and removing hazards can prevent falls.
  • Why fuelling your body with regular meals from a variety of food groups in important.
  • Why drinking more water and less alcohol is important.
  • Information about the importance of calcium and vitamin D for strong bones and preventing falls.
  • Helpful tips and strategies to fuel your body, drink more water and less alcohol.

Make Your Home Safer presentations

The Make Your Home Safer presentation focuses on identifying potential hazards and risk factors in and around the home of older adults, which may cause a fall.

The information covered in the 45 minute Make Your Home Safer presentation includes:

  • Overview of Stay On Your Feet® and how moving your body, improving your health and removing hazards can prevent falls.
  • Information on the importance of having a safe living environment.
  • How to identify hazards in and around your home which may cause a fall.
  • How to use the home safety checklist to make your home safer.

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Stay On Your Feet® is provided by Injury Matters and funded by the State Government through the Department of Health.

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