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See how to reduce risk in senior living with consistent wellness checks, including creating unexpected safety improvements tied directly to staff satisfaction—which is driven by more engagement with residents, developed in part during resident rounding. And see how to increase both wellness checks and their benefits without adding any additional staff.

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Reduce risk in senior living with these quick-to-train strategies

Director of Clinical Success Laura Hastings, OTR/L, shares proven fall prevention strategies from SafelyYou’s team of clinicans—who have analyzed over 100k fall incidents. Use these simple, successful, data-driven tactics to train your team, and help create a culture of fall prevention in your communities.

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Top takeaways from our AI & Alzheimer’s care webinar

Learn what’s happening now and what to expect next as AI transforms dementia care. Hear from AI pioneer Dr. Trevor Darrell and the Alzheimer’s Association’s Dr. Elizabeth Edgerly in this critical conversation. It’s what every clinician should know about AI and Alzheimer’s care.

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Sleep disturbances and falls: Understanding the link and reducing nighttime risk

Sleep disturbances for loved ones are a leading reason families turn to senior living. And poor sleep quality can begin a cycle of health deterioration, increasing fall risk and other negative health outcomes. So how can you assure families that you’ll help their loved ones get restful sleep—and reduce their risks—when they move into your communities? It starts with insights into and understanding of why sleep is being disrupted, as well as a clearer picture of potential risk.

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4 ways to reduce fall risk in the most vulnerable hours

The overnight hours are the most vulnerable for residents and the most challenging for care staff. Fall risk peaks between 6-9pm and again from 3-6am. How can you support both residents and staff while helping to prevent falls during this time? We have four ways to reduce fall risk during the most vulnerable overnight hours.

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Residents are most vulnerable overnight. We’re sharing how to best support them.

In October’s National Fall Huddle, we’ll evaluate the incidence of falls during the evening hours, including what triggers and behaviors are present prior to these fall events. We’ll also provide strategies for mitigating sundowning behaviors and review how environmental factors contribute to fall risk. Additionally, we’ll explore how technology can support staff and residents during the overnight hours—the hours when fall risk peaks, and staffing is reduced.

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