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Predict and Prevent Falls: It’s Easier Than You Think

Start Date:4/22/2021

Start Time:1:00 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

Falls are a common and painful problem in senior living. A resident falling often triggers a downward spiral that critically impacts health and wellness, and even length of stay at your community. Reducing fall risk based on accurate information, not guesswork, can make all the difference. Yet most fall management technologies only help you respond after a fall has happened, when it’s already too late. Fall management strategies need to evolve to keep falls from happening in the first place. What if you could know when a crisis is about to happen? When caregivers have the insights needed to make timely interventions, fall prevention becomes a reality. In this webinar, community leaders and rehabilitation experts will use case studies to identify fall management best practices and review proven strategies to reduce falls.

Attendees of this webinar will be able to:
  • Learn strategies to evaluate fall detection and fall response times in their communities
  • Understand how passive technology can be used to predict fall risk
  • Recognize proactive opportunities to modify care plans and introduce therapeutic exercise to reduce falls
  • Discover how early intervention and proactive care can reduce – and even prevent – falls in your community

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Sarah Carothers

Director of Senior Living Partnerships

FOX Rehabilitation

Sarah Carothers works alongside her clinical colleagues to serve partners and the residents of the Senior Living industry within established and expanding markets for FOX Rehabilitation, a multi-state, regional resource of autonomous clinicians going to patients and providing therapy that’s proactive, evidence-based, and focused solely on geriatrics. Before joining FOX, Sarah had a very diverse background including teaching in PA and VA and running away with the circus, traveling internationally with Cirque du Soleil. The main element that attracted her to FOX, unsurprisingly, was the unparalleled culture and the opportunity to work alongside such good people.

Will Dieter, PT, DPT, GCS, FSOAE

Director of PT Clinical Services

FOX Rehabilitation

Dr. Dieter has been the director of PT clinical services at FOX Rehabilitation since 2014. He more recently became the director of the FOX Geriatric Residency in Physical Therapy, from which he graduated in 2013, and obtained his board certification in geriatric physical therapy. He also is an adjunct faculty member at Rutgers University and has performed original research and presented on the topics of translational research and quality improvement in various settings. Two of his original research papers on the topic have undergone peer-reviewed publication. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and has presented at semi-annual conferences, APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting, APTA’s NEXT Conference, and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Annual Meeting. His main areas of interest are falls and balance, quality improvement in geriatric physical therapy, and residency/fellowship education. He received his doctorate in physical therapy from Thomas Jefferson University.

Bobby Nero

Executive Director, LNHA

Brentwood Health Care Campus

As executive director, Bobby Nero is responsible for operations, along with sales and compliance, at the Brentwood Health Care campus. He joined the Brentwood staff in 2014, having served five years in several positions, including administrator-in-training, with another healthcare provider. A licensed nursing home administrator, Nero holds a degree in health service administration from Ohio University with minors in business and psychology and a specialization in gerontology.

Lauren Horn, RN, MSN

Director, Advanced Solutions

STANLEY Healthcare

Lauren Horn, RN, MSN, is the director of advanced clinical solutions in senior living for STANLEY Healthcare. In her many years with the company, she has worked on the clinical impact of both patient and resident safety and security solutions. Horn has authored both technical and thought leadership pieces covering various healthcare topics, including falls, safety and wellness. She has two decades of healthcare education and quality experience garnered in positions such as director of quality for a Program of All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly, or PACE. She holds a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Webster University.
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