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The StandingTall-Plus study is investigating the effectiveness of a home-based balance and cognitive exercise program in reducing the number of falls in older people over a 12-month follow-up period. We are also collaborating with the Black Dog Institute to offer online cognitive behavioural therapy to address a fear of falling and depressive thoughts. The program is tailored to each individual’s requirements.
Half of the volunteers will be asked to use the StandingTall-Plus program at home, while the other half will be asked to continue with their usual activities. All volunteers will undergo assessments of their physical and cognitive status.
You may be able to help our research if you:
• are 65 years or older
• live independently in the (NB: not all Sydney areas are currently included)
• have had a fall in the last 6 months OR have concerns about falling OR are 80 years or older
• are fluent in English
• have no progressive neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis or Dementia
• not currently experiencing severe depressive symptoms
• not currently regularly engaged in another formalised fall prevention program
For more information, please email us at email@example.com, or contact our recruitment line at 9399 1888.
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