SafelyYou WEBINAR: Falls Prevention During COVID-19
Back by popular demand!
Gain deeper insights into conducting an effective fall huddle and get your pressing questions answered by our expert panel.
SafelyYou is leading the way in fall prevention technology in memory care with AI-driven video fall review. Post-fall huddles are known to reduce repeat falls when conducted successfully. Join us as we discuss best practices for conducting fall huddles for the first half, then collaborate for the second half in an actual fall huddle for real-life repeat fall cases.
Get practical tips on improving or launching your fall huddle program
Gain critical insights and be inspired to think differently when it comes to fall prevention
Submit your unique cases of residents with frequent falls for the panel to personally address
OTR/L, Director of Care Services SafelyYou
Laura is a registered and licensed occupational therapist in NY and CA. She comes to SafelyYou with extensive experiencing managing rehabilitation departments within assisted living and memory care communities. Laura has served as point of contact for falls prevention, OT intervention and staff trainings. Prior experience includes acute rehab, traumatic brain injury, skilled nursing and outpatient settings.
An entrepreneur and business leader with over 17 years experience in Healthcare and IT, Shirley drives SafelyYou’s product roadmap and user engagement through thoughtful product strategy, design and analytics. Focused on client success and iterating on the SafelyYou program, Shirley and the team have successfully demonstrated 40% fewer falls & 70% fewer ER visits in partner memory care communities, where falls are the leading cause of hospitalization.
Glen Xiong, MD
Dr. Xiong earned his medical degree from UC Davis and completed his residency training in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center. He is certified by the American Medical Directors Association in Post-Acute and Long-term Care Medicine (2006, 2016). He provides clinical care at the UC Davis Medical Center, and in Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facilities.