Introducing SafelyYou University, industry-first training that brings together dementia and fall prevention education with a person-centered approach, filling an important gap in our continuing education.
SafelyYou has witnessed over 10,000 fall videos in memory care and has the insight to empower you to finally understand how falls happen. We’ve taken our lessons learned from actual fall videos and developed SafelyYou University to build a community of Fall Champions.
You might have received fall prevention education or dementia training, but this program combines both topics with a unique approach. Fall prevention in memory care requires person-centered planning and execution, given their unique circumstances.
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Developed by industry experts for future fall champion heroes
The SafelyYou University fall prevention education and coursework was developed by a team with extensive hands-on experience in senior living with professional education including internal medicine and psychiatry, occupational therapy, and specialized dementia training.
Imagine turning every unwitnessed fall in your community into an opportunity to prevent future falls and improve the overall safety and care for your residents. SafelyYou utilizes cutting-edge artificial intelligence to empower care staff to implement fall prevention. Specifically designed for residents in memory care who often can’t tell us what happened, SafelyYou’s AI-enabled cameras detect falls with unprecedented accuracy and record video only when a fall is detected.
Subsequent fall video review lets you provide better support for unwitnessed falls through robust ER decision-making and root-cause analysis tools. Today, this proven program is successfully deployed across the U.S. and Canada, showing 40% fewer falls and 70% fewer ER visits from falls, significantly reducing costs and improving resident safety when every ER visit from memory care risks critical COVID exposure.