We’ll break down silos and misperceptions in fall management. And bring together the health system, operators, adult children, and seniors to create unparalleled change.


For every step we take, someone aged 65 or older is falling. As the aging population grows, so will the number of falls. By 2030, there will be 72 million older adults—experiencing a combined 52 million falls every year. And those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia fall twice as often as those without cognitive impairment, about 4 times per year. Already, the CDC has declared falls a public health issue.

So, what is the state of falls in 2022? In short, it’s a crisis. And the health system, senior living operators, adult children, and seniors are working in silos to try to solve this 51- billion-dollar-a-year problem, with costs extending beyond financial expense to include massive physical and emotional tolls, too.

That’s why SafelyYou is unveiling data from our inaugural report, The State of Falls, a comprehensive study based on a survey of more than 400 executives and care providers across senior care, assessing how they approach fall management and how falls impact their communities, from safety and staffing to costs, occupancy, and liability. The study also includes insights from a survey of adults 42 and older, examining how fall risk and caregiving shape the emotional—and financial—health and wellness of families. Not only are adult children seeking care for elderly parents with fall risk being top of mind, but also worrying about their own aging concerns, too, including the risk of falls.

Our panel of industry experts will include executives in senior living and clinical care, providing unique perspectives and commentary, as well as powerful insights and selective strategies to reshape the expected approach to fall management—and rethink the accepted impact to communities and our most vulnerable population. We’ll break down these silos and common misconceptions around falls, moving beyond the status quo and beginning the work of bringing the health system, operators, adult children, and seniors together to build transformative change.


Learning objectives:
  • Analyze data from The State of Falls, a comprehensive report based on a survey of more than 400 executives and care providers across assisted living and skilled nursing facilities
  • Review strategies to reshape current approaches to fall management and overcome barriers to mitigation
  • Identify methods for dismantling silos and developing processes to connect health systems, operators, adult children, and seniors
  • Recognize ways that technology can support transformative change in fall management and provide more person-centered care

The Inaugural

2022 State of
Falls Report

From Crisis to Opportunity:

Coming Together to Create

Transformative Change

Remove the guesswork from unwitnessed falls.

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