Use this post-program survey to evaluate your falls prevention program.
The purpose of this tip sheet is to provide basic guidance to those who are offering evidence-based programs to help them better serve people with disabilities so that the experience is a “win-win” for everyone.
Use this tool to see if your organization is ready to implement the Chronic Disease Self-Managment Program (CDSMP) for older adults.
Use this tool to see if your organization is ready to implement Healthy IDEAS, a behavioral health program for older adults.
Use this tool to see if your organization is ready to implement the A Matter of Balance/Volunteer Lay Leader Model falls prevention program.
The logic model is a systematic and visual way for falls prevention coalitions to present and share your understanding of the relationships among the resources you have, the activities you plan to do, and the impact you hope to achieve.
The goal of the study was to assess the effects of hearing loss on quality of life and compare these effects for those who wear hearing aids and those who do not.
Hearing loss affects 9 million seniors in the U.S. today. Get resources to educate older adults about the signs of hearing loss and reasons to get help.
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These papers, prepared by nationally recognized experts, include discussions of implications and recommendations across four primary risk factors: physical mobility, medications management, home safety and environmental safety.