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Preventing falls : how to develop community-based fall prevention programs for older adults
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    How to develop community-based fall prevention programs for older adults
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    1. Introduction -- 2. Planning an effective fall prevention program -- 3. The important role of partnerships in fall prevention programs -- 4. Education: the foundation of effective fall prevention programs -- 5. The 5 building blocks of effective community-based fall prevention programs -- 6. Evaluating your fall prevention program -- 7. Promoting your fall prevention program -- 8. Sustaining your fall prevention program.. -- -- -- Appendix A: Sample individual falls risk assessment -- Appendix B: Identifying partners worksheet -- Appendix C: Sample fall prevention brochure -- Appendix D: Sample fall prevention presentation -- Appendix E: Sample exercises -- Appendix F: Sample medication review form -- Appendix G: Sample home fall prevention safety checklist -- Appendix H: Sample program evaluation tool -- Appendix I: Sample pitch letter -- Appendix J: Key points -- Appendix K: Sustainability plan template

    "CDC developed this guide for communities and CBOs, so they can begin developing effective fall prevention programs. The main purpose of this guide is to: define the key elements of what makes fall prevention programs effective [and to] provide information to communities and CBOs on how to develop effective older adult fall prevention programs." - p. 4

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    Available via the World World Wide as an Acrobat .pdf file (2.53MB, 100 p.) ; Includes bibliographical references. ; National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Preventing Falls: How to Develop Community-based Fall Prevention Programs for Older Adults. Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2008. ;
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