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Fall and injury prevention continues to be a considerable challenge in health care. Up to 32% of community-dwelling individuals over the age of 65 fall each year, and females fall more frequently than males in this age group. Fall-related injuries are the most common cause of accidental death in those over the age of 65, resulting in 41 fall-related deaths per 100,000 people per year.¹ To address this growing concern, the Joint Commission established the Home Care National Patient Safety Goals for 2011, to educate patient and families how to prevent injuries from falling.²

Common Conditions or Diagnosis for Balance and Fall Program

  • Diagnosis of Knee or Hip Pain
  • Recent Total Joint Replacement
  • Diagnosis of Vestibular Disease
  • History of Falls
  • Diagnosis of Polyneuropathy
  • Difficulty or slow when walking
  • Diagnosis of Chronic Back Pain
  • Apparent Leg Weakness
  • Diagnosis of Stroke (old)
  • Fear of walking alone
  • Diagnosis of Gait Abnormality
  • Loss of standing balance
  • Diagnosis of Parkinson’s, MS, SLE or other similar illness

Our Interdisciplinary Approach

Skilled Nursing

  • Complete History and Physical Assessment
  • Medication Review and Teaching

Physical Therapy

  • Brief Review of History of Present Illness
  • Strength and ROM Assessment
  • Gait and Balance Assessment
  • Sensory & Proprioception Assessment
  • Visual Acuity Training
  • Vestibular Therapy
  • Strengthening and Conditioning
  • Home Safety Evaluation
  • Patient /Caregiver Education
  • Equipment Evaluation and Proper Use

Occupational Therapy

  • Complete OT Assessment
  • ADL’s Retraining
  • Work Modification

Home Health Aide

  • Grooming and Bathing Assistance