Greater Salt Lake City
Wed, Nov 6, 2019, 10:00 AM (MST)

Greater Salt Lake City

Over the past 20 years, falls have been increasing despite everyone’s best prevention efforts. In fact, we have doubled the mortality rate for falls in those over 75 years of age in the last decade. Why is this? Falls among older adults are changing, but the way we are addressing them isn’t … until now. Learn why and understand how research points us in a new direction for fall prevention.

WHO: Jayne Keller, Vice-President of Senior Living at Christian Living Communities Dr. Nathan Estrada, Director of Clinical Operations and Partnerships for Nymbl Science Karen Brown, CEO iAging and Aging2.0 Denver Chapter Ambassador (Moderator) WHAT: We will discuss the evolution of fall prevention and what advances in fall prevention look like today. Questions that will be addressed include: • Why falls among older adults are increasing despite best fall prevention efforts • How to meet the changing needs of older adults • Why it is important to move away from balance programming to more scalable and population-focused solutions

WHEN: November 6, 2019 TIME: 10 am MST to 11:30 am MST WEBINAR REGISTRATION: Register for the webinar here. QUESTIONS: Questions about the event, email Karen Brown, karen.peffer.brown@gmail.com or Toni@SeniorsBlueBook.com

Keynote Speakers

  • Jayne Keller

    Jayne Keller

    Christian Living Communities


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  • Nathan Estrada

    Nathan Estrada

    Nymbl Science

    Director of Clinical Operations & Outcomes

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  • Karen Brown

    Karen Brown

    iAging/Seniors Matter



Wednesday, Nov 6
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (MST)

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