SafelyYou means knowing what happened when a resident is found on the ground

Deadline extended to December 15, 2021

A SafelyYou grant supports your residents, your staff, and your fall management goals. Each grant covers the cost of implementation for SafelyYou’s fall detection and prevention program,* which helps make better-quality care easier for frontline staff to provide.

*Implementation provided with committed term for the monthly subscription cost. Implementation coverage requires a 15-bed minimum in one community. Applications accepted through midnight PT on Wednesday, December 15, 2021.

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We’re putting an end to unwitnessed falls in dementia care

SafelyYou combines trusted technology with expert insights, so we not only detect falls, but help find their root cause, providing solutions for fall prevention. We’re reducing falls by 40% and ER visits resulting from falls by 80%, helping to create safer environments and improve resident well-being in the senior living communities we serve. In fact, we’ve witnessed more than 15k falls, and have developed interventions based on the most common causes and locations of falls—it’s data only SafelyYou has.

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The report deepens our understanding of both how Americans feel about aging and falling, and the true impact falls have on adults residing in—and out—of senior living communities. Because with a greater understanding of a problem we can work towards more effective, transformative solutions.
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It’s the first program of its kind, bringing together dementia awareness training and fall prevention education, taught by the experts at SafelyYou.

SafelyYou in action

Residents are most vulnerable overnight. Here’s how to best support them.

Oct 26, 2022
In senior living communities, the overnight hours are the most vulnerable for residents. Fall risk peaks between 6 – 9 pm and again from 3 – 6 am. Staffing is reduced overnight. And as the sun goes down, residents living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia experience sundowning, the increased restlessness, anxiety, and disorientation that can increase fall risk—and which becomes more intense as the diseases progress. In October’s National Fall Huddle, we’ll evaluate the incidence of falls during the evening hours and what triggers and subsequent behaviors are present prior to these fall events. We’ll also review how environmental factors contribute and we’ll provide strategies for mitigating sundowning behaviors, increasing resident safety and reducing the risk of falls. Additionally, we’ll examine how technology can further help during these most vulnerable hours, supporting staff so they can provide more effective and person-centered care. As always, we’ll review successful case studies, and our panel of experts will take your questions.

During the pandemic, falls in memory care were on the rise. But Eskaton cut a key fall rate in half during this time.

How did they do it? They had installed SafelyYou. So, while falls were on the rise in memory care communities across the nation, Eskaton communities were bucking the trend, reducing falls, ER visits resulting from falls, and risk of COVID-19 exposure. Download our case study for all the details.

Best practices for developing an effective Fall Huddle program

Fall huddles help communities analyze fall incidents, ensure accurate reporting, improve coordination among team members, and determine what actions to take to prevent future falls. We’ll show you the best practices of successful fall huddles.

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