Keeping older people safe and well at home
These resources have been developed to help keep older people safe at home by reducing the falls hazards they might be exposed to and improving their overall wellbeing, helping to keep their minds and bodies active.
Keeping Well at Home Guide
|Keeping Well at Home|
Patient home environment checklist
This checklist has been developed by Sussex Health and Care Partnership for older people to help identify and address potential falls hazards in their homes.
|Patient Home Environment Checklist|
Activities for Older Adults During COVID-19
This resource has been compiled by the Health Innovation Network (HIN), the Academic Health Science Network for South London, to support the provision of activities in older adult inpatient settings and care homes during the national response to COVID-19.
Staying well at home
Discharge of patients at risk from inactivity
The resources have been developed by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) for people with mobility difficulties to build activity into their day at home.
|Resources to support discharge of patients at risk from inactivity|
Staying well with dementia during the COVID-19 outbreak
Developed by the IDEAL project, these leaflets contains simple tips for people living with dementia and their families and carers on staying safe and well during the COVID-19 outbreak.
|How to stay well during the coronavirus outbreak: 5 key messages for people living with dementia and carers|
George's Race: Stay strong, stay steady
A short illustrated story about a cross-generational falls strategy featuring George (who is 79-and-a-quarter) and his granddaughter Martha (who is 7-and-a-half). It was written by physiotherapist Oli Williams.