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Finding Balance

Finding Balance is a national program developed by the Injury Prevention Centre at the University of Alberta and is designed to raise awareness of preventing slips, trips, and falls among older Albertans and Canadians. Naturally, the risk of falling goes up as we get older. The Finding Balance program uses real life strategies that older adults can use to lower their risk of a fall.

Falls Prevention Month: The Finding Balance Campaign

November is Falls Prevention Month across Canada. Each provincial steward hosts and operates their own campaign catered to the needs of their population.

We are dedicated to helping seniors prevent falls so they can stay active and independent.

Watch Your Step National Fall Prevention Conference

16-17 May, 2016 | Calgary, AB

Join us in spectacular Calgary, Alberta!

This is Canada’s leading fall prevention conference and a follow-up to the highly successful “sold out” events held in Toronto in 2014 and Vancouver in 2011. It is presented in partnership with the Injury Prevention Centre, University of Alberta, and Alberta Health Services. The conference features an enlightening agenda with the latest fall prevention programs, research and updates. If you work with older adults, you simply cannot afford to miss this conference. It is a chance to find out what’s new, learn about successful programs from across the country and connect with leading practitioners and valued colleagues.

2016 Conference Details Coast Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre
Calgary, AB

Keynote Speakers

  • Dr Dawn Skelton, Galsgow Caledonion University
  • Todd Maffin. President, engageQ

More Information: Please visit the conference website.