Event Detail

WHCA Webinar | October 22, 2020 | Establishing an Effective Fall Huddle Program 

9 AM - 11 AM | AL & SNF

Sponsored by SafelyYou


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 for an educational session on how to effectively lead a fall huddle followed by the analysis of real SafelyYou case examples.

• 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

• Learn how to best inspire your team to elevate current fall huddle practices

• Submit your fall huddle program questions for discussion during the webinar


$39 per facility WHCA Member Rate

$78 per facility Non-WHCA Member Rate

You may have as many people join in as you would like— one phone/computer may log in per registration! Please register only one person for the webinar unless a second individual plans to log in from a separate location.

Login and dialing instructions will be emailed on the day prior to the webinar. Two CEUs will be granted to each individual who completes the live webinar presentation.


Laura Hastings, MS OTR/L, Director of Care Services for SafelyYou, 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.

Adrienne Lameray works closely with SafelyYou’s customers to conduct team fall huddles and collaborate on fall reduction strategies. Her background working in assisted living communities combined with the expertise gained from observing thousands of SafelyYou fall videos drives the insight she provides to our partner communities.