Preventing Falls in Aged Care (Residential and Homecare)

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Anchor ExcellenceMar 2023

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More than 65% of all consumers receiving aged care and services will have at least one fall each year. By preventing falls for consumers in your care, you can significantly reduce the further risks of major injuries or complications. Impact of falls can be catastrophic and represent significant high impact risk including impacts on other areas that compromise quality of their life e.g. pain, wounds, continence and mobility.

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