Fall Injury Prevention

Providing Assistance to Reduce the Risk of Falls

How it Works

Thorough Assessment of Physical and Functional Status
Home Safety Evaluation
Proper Training on the Use of Assisted Devices
Review of Prescribed OTC Medications
Individualized Patient Care Management
Specific Teaching Guides for Comprehensive Care

Ideal Patient

Parkinson’s Disease
Weakness, Dizziness, Stumbling
Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration or Other Vision Loss
Loss of Protective Sensation Associated with Diabetes
Individuals with Functional Decline (Reduced Strength or Endurance)


Identify and Address Key Risk Factors
Improved Safety
Reduces Fall/Injury Risk
Specially Trained Rehabilitation Professionals
Individualized Treatment Plans
Coordination with Facilities, Physicians, The Patient and Their Family
Provides Clinical Outcomes