While anyone can fall at any time, children under 5 years of age and older adults are more likely to be seriously injured.
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Canadian Patient Safety Week is just weeks away and we are excited to share our NEW Take With Questions Quiz. This quiz will test your medication safety know-how and is now available and ready to play! Do you think that your medication safety knowledge is up to par? Find out!. . .
Indigenous Fall Prevention Resources Safe for Elders, Safe for All or click here: www.safeforelders.com The Nlaka’pamux Nation Tribal Council is dedicated to keeping our Elders safe and ensuring they are able to remain within their homes and their communities for as long as possible. All content © 2016 NNTC . Artwork for Safe for Elders, Safe for All created. . .
We are very pleased to share the online toolkit and wish you every success in your fall prevention initiatives. The resources within this toolkit have been divided into seven categories: Information for Older Adults – These resources are geared towards older adults and include information on general fall prevention, healthy eating and staying active, medications, preventing. . .