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How much do you know about falls?

Our panel of speakers

Tony Forsberg, RN, BSBA, WCC, AMS, CSPHA is the National Clinical Director with SCA Personal Care.  He focuses on working closely with customers to ensure the effective development of individualized continence care programs. Tony previously held positions within SCA Personal Care North America including Product Director, Regional Clinical Director and Territory Manager.  Tony is a Wound Care Certified Registered Nurse and holds a BA in Business Administration.

Teresa Moore is a Registered Nurse and licensed Nursing Home Administrator with experience in the senior care industry since 1990 and has worked for Acts Retirement-Life Communities for the past 20 years in multiple positions including Director of Home Health, Director of Nursing, Nursing Home Administrator, Regional Clinical Director, and Director of Quality Education.  Her current position as Corporate Director of Resident Health Services includes oversight of health services to residents in twenty-one retirement communities across the continuum of care.  She has also been a CARF surveyor since 2007 as well as an active member of the Culture Change Coalition.

Teresa Moore 
Corporate Director of Resident Health Services
Acts Retirement-Life Communities
Tony Forsberg
National Clinical Director
SCA Personal Care

How can lack of sleep impact falls and other issues?

How can a night time incontinence care plan assist?

Falls in nursing homes can be attributed to a combination of risk factors and is the leading cause of unintentional injury and death in the elderly population. Did you know that a small-medium sized nursing home can report up to 200 falls per year?
It goes without saying that the multitude of risk factors necessitates a comprehensive approach to improving residents' quality of life and ability to function, but mitigating the risk of falling is an ongoing challenge. The real question therefore, is how we do we achieve this? 
This webinar seeks to provide some practical guidance on procedure and practices that can ensure patient safety, as well as the significant benefit in instituting a comprehensive program to reduce falls.  
Our panelists explore amongst others:


Fall intervention planning aligned to the CMS Guidelines
Staff education on incontinence products and elder care
Night Time Incontinence Program that can monitor budgeting, staff time and clinical outcomes
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