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A Falls Prevention Program, based on the latest Scientific Research, for people 65 and over

The Stepping On program covers a range of topics, including vision, home hazards, medicines and practical exercises to improve strength and balance.

Stepping On is designed for people who are living at home and who have fallen or are fearful of falling. Participants must be able to walk by themselves or with a walking stick.

Stepping On is a community-based workshop offered once a week for seven weeks using adult education principles that build older adults' confidence in their ability to reduce falls.In a small group setting,older adults learn specific knowledge and skills to prevent falls. Mutual support and success build participants confidence in their ability to manage their own health behaviors to reduce their risk of falls and remain independent.

We use expert presenters such as Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Vision Experts to enhance our programs

The program is suitable for most people 65 and older. Click here to see our Eligibility Criteria.

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If you or someone you know could benefit from our program, please complete your details below and click the Submit button. We will contact you as soon as possible (if you are in the USA, please click here)


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The skills learnt in the Stepping On program can lead to a more active lifestyle The skills learnt in the Stepping On program can lead to a more active lifestyle Find the Falls Hazards in this photo Safe to cross but walk carefully as the white paint can get slippery

Maggie was a recent participant in a Stepping On program. She shared her story with us.

Click on the video to see Maggie’s story.

If you cannot see the video, you can watch it on YouTube