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As we age, it’s important to stay active to prevent falls to maintain independence. Our Community Falls Prevention Program supports you looking after your body, giving you confidence in your ability even if it’s been a while since you joined an exercise program.
Our purpose-built centre is staffed and equipped to cater to the needs of people as they get older, including those who may have chronic medical conditions or are recovering from surgery. The program takes into account common conditions experienced by older people, such as arthritis or other painful musculoskeletal conditions. By increasing mobility, and supporting heart and lung health, exercise can actually help reduce the pain associated with these illnesses.
Our 8-week Falls and Balance Program has been designed for those individuals who may be feeling unsteady on their feet or have had a recent fall. The program is evidence-based and tailored to your level and abilities. We run a number of these classes over the week, and no matter what your ability, we encourage you to give us a call to discuss your specific condition and how we can help you improve your balance and independence and reduce any further injury associated with falling.
The Healthy Ageing & Falls Prevention Program includes accredited Exercise Physiologists and Personal Trainers with extensive Active Ageing experience.
Group classes are held on:
Group Class (60min): $30/class
Standing Strong Workbook: $30 one-off
Classes may qualify for DVA, private health insurance and home care package rebates. Speak to one of our team for further information about your reimbursement options.
Call us Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm at 02 9122 0888 to book into our classes.
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Who can attend?
If you have been advised by your GP, Geriatrician or hospital discharge team to attend following a fall, or to prevent future falls, this program has been specifically designed to support you in proactively maximising and maintaining your health.
Do I need a referral to attend the Falls Prevention Program?
You do not need a GP referral, however if you have been diagnosed with a chronic condition you may be eligible for a Medicare rebate for part of the program. Check with your usual GP or arrange to see a Brellah GP to find out if you are eligible for a team care arrangement.
Can I use private health to claim for these classes?
Many private health insurers cover our initial screening assessment and classes through their extras cover. Please check with your insurer.
How long should I attend the program?
Our program has been designed to run for 8 consecutive weeks and we encourage people to rebuild their community and and make exercise part of their weekly routine in the long term. We can work alongside you and your GP and/or Geriatrician to determine the most suitable plan for you, whether that is a tailored exercise program or a standard membership at our onsite fitness facility, Movement HQ.
How many sessions should I do?
It is recommended to attend an Initial Screening Assessment and twice weekly group classes for the full 8 weeks in order to get the most out of the program.
Does the program include Education sessions?
Yes! Our 8-week program also includes x2 interactive group education sessions, discussing common risk factors for falls and ways to help reduce individual risks. Each participant will also be given a take-home education pack including a checklist to conduct a home, health and surroundings assessment.
What should I bring and wear?
We suggest wearing comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely and flat, secure footwear. There may be some classes that you are encouraged to participate in bare feet (if you feel safe to do so). We also recommend bringing and drink bottle, towel and any necessary medications if required.
Please ensure you have your Medicare and Private Health Cards with you to allow us to process any rebates you may be eligible for.
Do you have parking available?
Yes, we have free on-site car parking at the front and rear of the building. We also have disabled parking and lift access.
What happens if I miss a class?
Not to worry! Please let our team know if you are unable to attend by calling 02 9122 0888. Payment is made at the completion of each class, so you will not be out-of-pocket if you miss a class.