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Balance Redefined: NIFS Premier Fall Prevention Program

Fall prevention programming should be a cornerstone offering in your senior living fitness program. Aimed at not only improving residents' physical abilities but also their confidence and peace of mind.

Our Balance Redefined Program is a comprehensive approach to fall prevention programming that truly sets your community apart from the competition, helping residents move more and live well. These programs and services are available year round for residents and come at no additional charge to our fitness management clients. Programming includes:

  • educational programs for resident empowerment
  • one-on-one balance assessments and training with NIFS Personal Balance Quest
  • balance and stability training fitness classes
  • collaboration with therapy and resident support services

Read on to find out how we help residents in communities all over the country move more and live well.  

Ena Moore

The Inspiration

When Ena fell at her community, she had no idea she would go on to inspire her fellow residents. What happened to Ena before, during, and after her fall is anything but comon. Find out how Balanced Redefined helps Ena stay on her feet. Read Ena's full story.

Joan Weigle

The Superstar

She never thought she be able to be this active when she moved into StoneRidge.  From competing in the Senior Olympics to learning Spanish, Joan has quite a story to tell about how Balance Redefined helps keep her engaged in living. Read Joan's full story.

Henry Sadler

The Fighter

It hasn't been easy for Henry to maintain his activity level or his independence. After a few major health events, he was unable to walk. But Henry's a fighter. Find out how Balance Redefined helped him get back to walking, vacationing, and enjoying life. Read Henry's full story.

How to Evaluate the Quality of your Resident Wellness Program

Wellness incorporates a very broad range of program and event types, and it's built to provide purpose for the participants. It is not just fitness, or activities, or dining, and it certainly is not clinic-based. What follows are five key questions you can ask to evaluate the quality of your community's wellness program.  Download our Quick Read.

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