Our Fall Champion Hero is… Sandra Anorve C.N.A

Each month we’ll celebrate a Fall Champion, nominated by their community. Join us in recognizing the work of these fall heroes.

We couldn’t be prouder to name Sandra as one of our Fall Champion Heroes. Every month, we’re honored to celebrate and recognize heroes on the front lines of senior living care staff, and we value their tireless efforts to create and maintain a safe environment for our loved ones.

New research reveals SafelyYou’s AI-enabled fall detection reduces time on the ground after a resident falls in memory care facility

Real-time fall detection using SafelyYou’s artificial intelligence-enabled video recording reduced residents’ time on the ground after a fall by 29.6 minutes and time until staff assistance by 28.3 minutes, according to research results on post-fall care in memory care published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.

July National Fall Huddle: A full hour of fall case studies

helpful tips that you can immediately implement in your communities to both reduce falls and reduce costly ER visits
fall huddle details and how these crucial meetings use SafelyYou’s artificial intelligence-enabled video to review falls, determine their root cause and facilitate action plan development for fall prevention
answers to your questions from our expert panelists

Meet Laynie Shellenberger – Our New Fall Champion Hero!

Meet Laynie Shellenberger - Our New Fall Champion Hero

Laynie handles each fall with care, patience, adequacy, and thoroughness,” shares her nominator, Paige Robles, Health Services Director. “Laynie is such a hardworking and caring health care worker. She truly loves her job and the residents she cares for. She will always give 110% and communicates efficiently with her team members and PCP’s. Definitely, a great person to work with and have as a caretaker.

Join SafelyYou to Shine a Light Alzheimer’s Awareness

With 50 million people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias across the globe, it’s vital to raise awareness and join the fight to end Alzheimer’s. That’s why the Alzheimer’s Association is designating June as Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month and June 20 as The Longest Day. During the summer solstice, the day with the most …

Increasing Dementia Awareness Will Improve Level of Care and Attract New Move-Ins

Since June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, there is no better time to walk a mile in a memory care resident’s shoes and fine-tune your dementia program to provide the best care possible.  The first step is to gain a thorough understanding of the disease by truly looking at the world through the eyes …

Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month National Fall Huddle Webinar featuring Brookdale Senior Living

National Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month National Fall Huddle featuring Brookdale Senior Living

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month and we’re getting involved with a special National Fall Huddle Webinar featuring Brookdale Senior Living. Juliet Holt Klinger, Senior Director of Dementia Care and Programs will be joining us to discuss how uncovering unmet needs for those living with dementia can help to reduce falls and more for residents. When …

5/25 Webinar with Church Mutual: How to Maximize Your Technology Investment

5/25 Webinar with Church Mutual: How to Maximize Your Technology Investment

This Tuesday, 5/25, Ann Olson, Senior Living Risk Control Specialist with Church Mutual, joins Shirley Nickels, SafelyYou COO, and Laura Hastings, SafelyYou Director of Care Services, to discuss how to find the right balance of digital and human interactions to maximize your investment, elevate your programs while reducing risks, and produce results. Register now. Ann has …