This session focuses on applying effective, person-centered fall prevention interventions based on resident specific risk factors and fall history. In this second of a 2-part discussion of intervention planning, cognitive, psychosocial and environmental risk factors and interventions to address them will be reviewed including dementia, depression, fear of falls, and promoting optimal sleep health. Best practices for applying information gathered from evidence-based assessments, trends of past falls and connecting the dots between clinical findings and fall prevention approaches will be emphasized.
- Identify key considerations for fall prevention related to dementia and applying effective interventions based on remaining cognitive abilities
2. Understand targeted interventions for common cognitive and psychosocial fall risk factors
3. Determine appropriate interventions based on clinical assessment data, falls history trending and person-centered preferences and routines
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*Webinar Recorded March 2022.