SafelyYou creates safer environments and empowers staff to prevent future falls
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.
Our fall huddles reveal rich insights and interventions you can implement immediately
SafelyYou goes beyond fall detection, combining trusted technology with expert insights to find the root cause of falls, providing solutions for fall prevention. We’re reducing falls by 40% and ER visits resulting from falls by 80% in the senior living communities we serve.
Our AI-enabled video helps staff respond quickly to falls, understand the seriousness of a fall, and enact changes to prevent future falls. We even provide dementia awareness training and fall prevention education through SafelyYou University, because we understand that educated, empowered employees are less stressed, more productive, and provide better care for residents.
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Best practices for developing an effective Fall Huddle program
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Find the most recent and relevant news
Our blog posts shine a light on the latest developments for all things fall prevention, so you can stay current and leverage the findings in your communities.