Fall Prevention Month 2017: We All Have a Role to Play - Success Stories From Across Canada
Thursday, June 28, 2018 from 1:30-2:30 PM EDT. Last year was the Fall Prevention campaign’s most successful year to date. This panel style webinar presentation will host five presenters from four initiatives that took place across the country in November 2017, which focused on fall prevention activities from system level changes to local public facing events. Emily Powell, Raili Quathamer, Kim Furlong, Megan Oakey, and Samantha Bruin, are all key individuals who were crucial in the success of these events. They are here to share their stories, experiences, lessons learned and practical advice for future fall prevention month events, large and small. Please join for this free interactive webinar! Register here.
November marks the arrival of Fall Prevention Month, a campaign that began in 2015 organized by the Fall Prevention Community of Practice. The goal of Fall Prevention Month is to encourage Canadian organizations and individuals to come together to coordinate fall prevention efforts for a larger impact. Organizations are participating by planning activities and sharing evidence-based information on fall prevention.
- Introduction to the Fall Prevention Month campaign by one of our Partners
- Success Story 1- Finding Balance Ontario
- Success Story 2- Champlain LHIN
- Success Story 3- Newfoundland Balance and Dizziness Centre
- Success Story 4: Finding Balance BC
- Questions & Answers