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5 Tangible Ways to Prevent Falls in Dementia Care

On demand
May 6, 2024 11:00 AM
We’ve come to expect falls in senior living, especially in dementia care, but what if they weren’t such a regular part of life in memory care? In this webinar, we will talk through five ways to prevent falls that you can implement immediately.
Learning outcomes
Participants will learn how to educate staff about Embracing Their Reality™ — a key component of dementia education and preventing falls
Learn how to implement programming that keeps residents engaged
Come away with tangible, useful tips to solve behavioral challenges
Learn how to use food and water to decrease falls
Meet our Expert
Rachael Wonderlin
Dementia care expert and educator

Rachael Wonderlin is an internationally-recognized dementia care expert and educator. She has a Master’s in Gerontology and is a Johns Hopkins University Press three-time published author. Rachael is the owner of Dementia By Day, a dementia care consulting firm and education company. While Rachael works primarily with senior living companies looking to build or better their dementia care programs, she also loves educating dementia care partners through her blog, podcast, and YouTube channel. She has been featured in Senior Housing News, The Washington Post, Forbes and on PBS Next Avenue. Her “16 Things I’d Want If I Got Dementia” poem has circulated the globe many times over.