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Project Mend-A-House, a non-profit organization serving seniors, veterans, the disabled and low-income residents of Prince William County, the City of Manassas, and Manassas Park, is offering a fall risk screening at no charge to adults over 60-years-old.

Have your vision checked by an Optometrist, your gait and balance evaluated by a Physical Therapist, your medications reviewed by a Pharmacist, and meet with a Nurse who will discuss and explain your results. Choose to participate in a research project headed by the Locomotion Research Department from Virginia Tech to further the development of new technology to help prevent falls among older adults.

Pre-registration is required and space is limited.

Friday, May 3, 2013

9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Sharron Baucom-Dale City Recreation Center
14300 Minnieville Rd., Dale City, VA 22193
Register: 703-670-7115, ext. 227 or bfinney@pwcgov.org

 

One Response to “Residents 60 and Older to be Offered Free Fall Risk Assessments” (Leave a Comment)


  1. Fitzpatrick says:

    Thanks, this can be the worst thing I’ve read

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