Learn more about what can be done to help prevent falls at our next free seminar on February 19. Whether someone is considering a move to Wesley or is caring for a family member at home, consider attending this upcoming Falls Prevention seminar. Enjoy lunch at the new Wesley Bradley Park while learning from health
The leaves can fall but not you! This month is Fall Prevention month, which is a great reminder to assess fall risks. Commonly, chronic health conditions such as heart disease, low blood pressure and dementia can play a role, as well as vision impairment, medications and muscle weakness. Many can be dismissive of falls as
Through practical lifestyle adjustments, prevention programs and community partnerships, the number of falls among seniors can be substantially reduced. Join Amy Warrior, the Communities of Care Program Manager at King County Emergency Medical Services, and Jeff Bellinghausen, of South King County Fire & Rescue, to learn and practice healthy ways to reduce falls.