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FPCE Exercise Brochures Available for Order

The Fall Prevention Center of Excellence is proud to announce the release of their 3 set exercise brochures. The illustrated booklets each exhibit ten exercises, in large print, that demonstrate how individuals can remain balanced, flexible and able-bodied in order to prevent falls. For maximum usability, the guide is in a calendar format, which allows the user to attach it to any upright surface, so readers can follow along as they train. The three booklets feature simple exercises that older adults can carry out at home.

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To order a single booklet, or the entire set, please fill out the Order Form and either mail it or fax it to the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence.

FallProof at Home DVDs Now Available for Order

A progressive set of exercises excerpted from the national award-winning FallProof™ Balance and Mobility Training Program created by Debra Rose, PhD, at the Center For Successful Aging, California State University, Fullerton. The program consists of three levels of exercises for older adults.

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To order individual DVDs or the entire set, please fill out the Order Form and either mail it or fax it to CSU-Fullerton – Center for Successful Aging.

Center Authored Resources

Click on each of the following sections to reveal more FPCE authored resources.

Center Authored Resources

Presentations of the 2009 ASA/NCO Joint Conference Workshop: Fall Prevention: Translating Knowledge Into Action

Fall Prevention Summit Proceedings

On December 5-6, 2007, more than 140 invited stakeholders from various fields gathered in Long Beach, California to map out next steps on how California can better address the serious problem of falls in a rapidly growing older adult population.  The Summit Goals were to: 1) increase knowledge about state of the art fall prevention efforts; 2) develop strategies to sustain and replicate promising fall prevention programs; and 3) generate recommendations to improve policies in the areas of Community Programs, Education and Training, Health Care, Healthy Lifestyles and Recreation, and Safe Housing and Communities. Due to the large nature of the proceedings, the files have been divided into sections.

Technical Assistance Briefs

Falls Data

Fact Sheets

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