Information on how to reduce your risk of falling at home and what to do if you have a fall.
Find out how symptoms of dementia can put you at a higher risk of falls and what you can do to help.
Anyone can fall, but find out why older people are at higher risk and why it may be more serious
Learning to manage your fear and knowing what to do if you fall can improve your confidence and quality of life.
Find out what you can do to prevent a fear of falling from affecting your confidence and stopping you from doing things you enjoy.
Relaxation techniques like breathing exercises can help reduce your anxiety levels
Eating healthily is important for your overall health and wellbeing, but it can also help to prevent falls
Find out how to manage your medication to ensure side effects don't increase your risk of falling
Vision changes and hearing loss caused by ageing can increase your risk of falling
Preventing common foot problems and finding the right footwear can help prevent falls
Find out how to keep active and what activities you can do to reduce your risk of falls
Advice on how you can continue to get around safely without having to worry about falling
Simple exercise videos you can practice at home that can help reduce your risk of falls
Find out what to check for and how to use each room more safely
Advice on how to spot trip and slip hazards in your home
Information on services that use technology to support people to live safely and independently in their own homes, and can be helpful to people at risk of falls.