For the first time ever, we're giving away access to our most popular fall prevention certification training. Unlock the knowledge you need to develop both individual and facility-wide comprehensive fall prevention programs… for FREE.Join certified fall prevention specialist and acclaimed expert Shelly Denes, PT, CFPS, and discover practical solutions to some of the most challenging real-life situations you face with patients who fall or are at risk of falling. Built on today’s best practices, this program will provide you exactly what you need so you can…
- Better predict and prevent falls with effective fall prevention tools and strategies
- Safely build strength, coordination, and balance in fallers
- Restore mobility and function with interventions and assistive technologies
- Build your professional reputation as a go-to resource on fall prevention
Don’t wait. This risk-free opportunity to learn from a leading expert in the field will fill up fast.
Now is the time to elevate the standard of care for these patients.
And — IT’S FREE to attend!!
Plus, you’ll end this FREE training with the education you need to become a Certified Fall Prevention Specialist. Professional and clinical experience standards apply.
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- Effectively reduce risk, restore balance, mobility, and function
- Combine multiple approaches for the best outcomes (gait training, vestibular rehabilitation, and a list of others)
- Establish a comprehensive risk assessment
- Integrate proven prevention techniques
- Develop effective plans of care
- And much more!
Best of all — IT’S FREE!Register today and you'll get...
- 2 days of LIVE content
- On-demand access to recorded content for 14 days
- Optional upgrade to earn up to 12.5 CE hours AND become a Certified Fall Prevention Specialist*
- Interactive Q&A
- The latest advances in fall prevention
- The most current changes from the CDC
- Intrinsic risk factors
- Environmental extrinsic risk factors
- Medications and substance use
- Predict and Prevent Falls with Tools for Evaluating Your Patients’…
- Visual-spatial function
- Sensory-motor integration
- Vestibular function
- Gait and mobility
- Age-related degeneration
- Home safety
- Pharmacological side effects
- Interventions, Assistive Technologies and Techniques to…
- Restore balance, mobility and function
- Minimize fall impact and injury
- Treat dizziness and vertigo
- Improve multitasking, coordination and gait
- Resolve vision problems that contribute to falls
- Boost cognition, memory and focus
- Reduce environmental fall risks
- Orthotics, gait devices and assistive technology for fallers
- Multifactor Approaches and Exercise Programs for Fall Reduction
- Vestibular rehabilitation
- Strength training programs
- Quick tips to recognize abnormal gait patterns in fallers
- Balance assessment tools
- Hydrotherapy interventions
- New Ideas and Innovative Plans to Protect Patients from Injury
- Older adults
- Impaired vision
- Patients using oxygen
- TBI and stroke
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Best Practices for Building Understanding and Engagement for Improved Outcomes
- CDC – STEADI initiative algorithm
- The American Geriatric Society updated Beers Criteria
- Evaluate your patient’s understanding of fall prevention
- Body mechanics
- Car and floor transfers
- Fall recovery techniques
- Safe landing strategies
- Best practices for non-compliant patients
- Evidence based programs
- STEADI toolkit
- Marketing and partnership strategies
- Coding and billing updates
- Evaluate a client’s home for risk factors
- Apply advanced balance training and multitasking techniques
- Integrate visual testing and gaze stabilization
- Navigate pharmacological side effect
Shelly Denes, PT, CFPS, C/NDT, CGCP, is an expert in fall prevention and neuro-rehab with more than 25 years of experience treating patients with hemiplegia, neuromuscular disorders, TBI, and SCI. She has a special interest in Covid-19 Long Haulers and advanced technology. She has had extensive involvement with neuroprosthetic devices, lower extremity orthotics, and exoskeletons at the Rehab Institute of Michigan. Ms. Denes presents nationally at seminars on fall prevention and geriatric rehabilitation. Denes is a graduate of University of Michigan’s PT program and holds certifications in Neurodevelopmental Treatment for Adult Hemiplegia (NDT) from The Rehab Institute of Chicago, certification as a Fall Prevention Specialist and is a Geriatric Care Professional through Evergreen Certifications in addition to serving on their advisory board.Click here for information about Michel (Shelly) Denes.