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Sherbrooke Community Centre/Central Haven Special Care Home Falls Reduction Collaborative.

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1 Sherbrooke Community Centre/Central Haven Special Care Home Falls Reduction Collaborative

2 11-May-15Saskatchewan Falls Collaborative2 Background Sherbrooke Community Centre and Central Haven serve 330 Residents and, Also serves over 100 community dwelling Clients

3 11-May-15Saskatchewan Falls Collaborative3 Aim Reduce Falls & Injury related to Falls by 20% by March 2012 Goals/Objectives: 1.100% of Residents on Vitamin D 2. Implement Falls Diary in all neighbourhoods – Falls Record

4 Goals & Objectives (cont’d) 3. Implement Scott Fall Risk screening tool on move in date 4. Implement reduction-of-harm strategies (e.g. hip protectors, non slip socks) 5. Implement weekly/biweekly post-falls meetings

5 11-May-15Saskatchewan Falls Collaborative5 Team Members Karen Babcock, Larina Tremblay, Jenn Carr, Holly Keeler, Deanna Harbidge, Lynda Blevins, Jaclyn Heinrichs, Sharon Babcock, Jill Rude, Bonnie Ferrier

6 11-May-15Saskatchewan Falls Collaborative6 Results % Residents are on Vitamin D ( was at 50%) 2. Falls Diaries have been implemented in all Neighbourhoods

7 Results (cont’d) 3. Scott Risk Screening Tool done on move in date August/11 – 44% - 89% within 72 hours Sept/11 – 100% on move in at Central Haven. 63% on move in at Sherbrooke

8 11-May-15Saskatchewan Falls Collaborative8 Changes Tested Nursing education at Central Haven re: Scott Fall Risk Screening Tool Therapies education at Sherbrooke re Scott Fall Risk Screening Tool Draft Brochure regarding harm reduction strategies for education of SCA’s, Residents & families Falls Meeting Template & Pilot

9 11-May-15Saskatchewan Falls Collaborative9 Lessons Learned The Falls Reduction Strategies have: Increased awareness, among residents, staff & families, of risk factors for falls Provided common language for communicating with residents, family, and staff regarding Fall Risks

10 11-May-15Saskatchewan Falls Collaborative10 Next Steps PDSA regarding increasing soft Sweats wear Continue to hone Post Falls meetings in all neighbourhoods and, Continue to increase awareness regarding falls and harm reduction strategies


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