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GARDER SON INDÉPENDANCE

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Preventing falls is important to staying independent. It is about being able to enjoy life’s moments; it is about playing with grandchildren and keeping up with friends.

Preventing falls is important to staying independent. It is about being able to enjoy life’s moments; it is about playing with grandchildren and keeping up with friends.

Preventing falls is important to staying independent. It is about being able to enjoy life’s moments; it is about playing with grandchildren and keeping up with friends.

Preventing falls is important to staying independent. It is about being able to enjoy life’s moments; it is about playing with grandchildren and keeping up with friends. Preventing falls is important to staying independent. It is about being able to enjoy life’s moments; it is about playing with grandchildren and keeping up with friends.

Catching Your Breath

Interested in taking steps to help.... Including an intergenerational approach...

What Should You Do If You CAN Get Up

 

Just like with personal health concerns, you are also encouraged to speak up if you wish to address common fall risk factors that may be present in your community. The sense of connection and satisfaction that comes from giving back close to home, can be palpable. In addition, participating in community programs, local events, or neighborhood initiatives introduces you to like-minded, passionate individuals... Help with developing age-friendly communities...

What Should You Do If You CANNOT Get Up 

Interested in taking steps to help improve our healthcare system... The Maritime SPOR SUPPORT Unit (MSSU) is looking for your support... 

What Should You Do If You Witness a Fall

 

Just like with personal health concerns, you are also encouraged to speak up if you wish to address common fall risk factors that may be present in your community. The sense of connection and satisfaction that comes from giving back close to home, can be palpable. In addition, participating in community programs, local events, or neighborhood initiatives introduces you to like-minded, passionate individuals... Help with developing age-friendly communities...

Resources

 

  • You can prevent falls

  • If You Fall or Witness a Fall, Do You Know What to Do?

Ressources supplémentaires pour

personnes âgées

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Les informations contenues dans ce site Web ne remplacent en rien les conseils, le diagnostic ou le traitement par un professionnel de la santé. Pour toute question concernant un problème de santé ou avant d’entreprendre un programme d’exercice, consultez votre médecin ou un autre professionnel de la santé qualifié.

Ligne d'information pour personnes âgées

 

La ligne d’information sans frais pour les personnes âgées offre un moyen conventionnel de parler à un préposé bilingue orienté vers le service à la clientèle. Pour des renseignements de base sur les programmes et services provinciaux à l’intention des personnes âgées, leur famille et leurs proches aidants, veuillez appeler :

1-855-550-0552

Télé-Soins 

 

Si vous ou une personne que vous connaissez avez besoin de conseils ou de l'information non-urgente en matière de santé, appelez télé-soins. Une infirmière immatriculée évaluera vos besoins et vous offrira de l'information, de l'éducation et/ou des conseils au besoin. Pour accéder ce service téléphonique bilingue sans frais, 24 heures sur 24, sept jours par semaine, veuillez appeler:

8-1-1

En cas d’urgence, composez le  911  ou visitez le service des urgences de votre hôpital local.

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