Brown County Prevention Coalition: Fall Prevention
Reduce falls among the older adult population within the region.
- Build community awareness to why fall prevention is important and priority
- Build professional awareness of community resources on falls prevention
- Build SNF and Assisted Living awareness to the burden of falls
You Can Help Prevent a Fall
- 25% of people over the age of 65 fall every year
- On average, 32 falls a day are reported by Brown County ERs, hospitals, and local EMS (excluding Urgent Care & Clinic settings)
- Falls can lead to loss of independence, disability and even death – they can be prevented!
You, your church, and/or your organization’s older adult members will benefit from learning about how to prevent a fall so they can stay healthy and active. We’d appreciate you looking over these resources to see how you can get this important Fall Prevention message out to others.
This interactive, online workshop is for senior age 60 and older that have fallen or have concerns about falling. Local experts cover a variety of topics to help reduce your risk of falls.
9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
300 S. Adams St. Green Bay
*Skip week of Thanksgiving
ADRC of Brown County
Aurora Bay Care Medical Center
Bay Care Clinic
De Pere Health Department
- Green Bay Metro Fire Department
- HSHS St Vincent Hospital
- NEW RTAC (Northeast Wisconsin Regional Trauma Advisory Council)
- Rennes Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation
- SS Edward & Isidore Parish
Publication Options for individuals, churches, clubs, and organizations.
Steps to Prevent a Fall – Flyers
Freedom from Falls
EMS/Fire Department Resources
Prevention Coalition Contacts:
Direct questions or inquires for more information to the Fall Prevention Subcommittee Chair:
Shauna Walesh, email: email@example.com
Direct questions or inquires for more information to one of these Steering Committee Co-Chairs:
Barb Michaels, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jody Weisse, email: email@example.com