Reinvigorating resident engagement:

New ideas to increase inclusion and reduce fall risk


Jumpstart recreation in your communities for happier, healthier residents—and fewer fall events. Residents who are regularly engaged in meaningful activities are at a reduced risk for depression, anxiety, declining strength and mobility, and, yes, falls. So, we’re welcoming wellness in this National Fall Huddle with new ideas in memory care programming—for both group and individual activities—that can be done throughout the day, including life role engagement and purposeful activity boxes. You’ll see how enriched engagement drives regulated sleep patterns, reducing fall risk and improving overall well-being. We’ll also review case studies, and our expert panel will take your questions.

Learning objectives:

  • Recognize the connection between engagement and fall reduction
  • Acquire new ways to engage residents with meaning and purpose
  • Review successful case studies

Special Guests

Sara Kyle, Ph.D.
Principal, LE3 Solutions

Sara has spent the last 14 years researching, designing, writing, and implementing resident well-being programs across the continuum of care. She thrives in challenging situations and is relentless when it comes to urging individual point solutions to integrate and share data in one location. Sara is widely known and respected in the industry, and she presents at national conferences, pens articles in notable publications, and serves on various advisory boards.

Kelly A Stranburg, M.Ed.
Principal, LE3 Solutions

Kelly has worked with aging adults for over 20 years, with 14 of those specific to the senior living industry. During that time, she has worked in or supported CCRCs and AL/MC communities. Kelly is the creator of the award-winning Argentum Best of the Best Wellness Program for 2010, 2011, and 2012, and has been a featured author in the Journal on Active Aging as well as a selected speaker at national senior living and active aging conferences.

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Caroline Browne, MSPT
Director of Customer Success, SafelyYou

Caroline comes to SafelyYou with over 18 years of experience as a licensed physical therapist, working in Senior Healthcare for the past 13 years.  She has 15 years of leadership experience as a clinical operator, supporting business and clinical growth in post-acute rehabilitation healthcare settings. Caroline has provided expertise in clinical training, consulting, and facility build-outs in the expansion of U.S. based senior care into international markets. She’s currently helping to lead the growth and expansion of SafelyYou as the Director of Customer Success, supporting fall reduction strategies, implementation, and overall customer engagement.

Glen Xiong, MD
Chief Medical Officer, SafelyYou

Dr. Xiong earned his medical degree from UC Davis and completed his residency training in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center. He is certified by the American Medical Directors Association in Post-Acute and Long-term Care Medicine (2006, 2016). He provides clinical care at the UC Davis Medical Center, and in Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facilities.

Wendy Starnes, OTR/L
Customer Success Manager, SafelyYou

Wendy has over 20 years of experience in the field of occupational therapy, specializing in driver rehabilitation, dementia, and fall reduction. She’s spent five years as an instructional designer and course developer, building skills in providing effective training to adult learners. Wendy feels a very personal connection to SafelyYou and its mission, as she had a grandmother she was very close to who suffered a number of falls. When she’s not helping to improve the lives of older adults, you can find Wendy on a culinary or other adventure.

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