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Local charity, serving the older people in Conwy County Borough and Denbighshire / Elusen lleol, sy'n gwasanaethu pobl hŷn yn Sir Ddinbych a Conwy.
Thank you to Berwyn & District u3a for making Rebecca our Community Navigator and her colleague Emma from @BRCNorthWalesER feel very welcome this afternoon at your meeting, @U3A_UK
Happy Valentines Day from all of us at @AgeConnectWales You can help spread the love by talking to the older people in your life about falls. Falls are not an inevitable part of ageing and we are here to help #FallsAwareness2020
For older people falls mean more than bump or a bruise. Falls can lead to fractures, breaks & a trip to hospital. We want to reduce the number of falls by sharing information & advice. Can you retweet and help us spread our message? #FallsAwareness2020
Thank you @AgeConnectWales for sharing!
Thank you to the Spoa team @DenbighshireCC for inviting us to your Power Hour to talk about our services and projects.
Have you had your blood pressure checked recently? If you feel dizzy or faint when you stand up you are more likely to be at risk from falling. Get your BP checked at the GP or in your local pharmacy. #FallsAwareness2020
We can all play a part in challenging ageism and we’ve received some great pledges as part of our #EverydayAgeism campaign!
What will your pledge be?
Find out more about the #EverydayAgeism Campaign and make your pledge here👉
Did you know that in 2020 @PublicHealthW expects 7,750 older people to be hospitalised as a result of having a fall? We work across communities in Wales to prevent falls and reduce hospital admissions. Follow us to find out more about what we do in your area. #FallsAwareness2020
Save the date - Falls Awareness Week is taking place week commencing 24 February 2020. We're delighted to be working with our friends at
@AgeConnectWales and @CRCymru
Falls are not an inevitable part of growing older - http://agecymru.org.uk/falls #FallsAwareness2020
Avoiding slips, trips or falls doesn’t need to be complicated. Keep it simple and follow the #FallsAwareness2020 hashtag for more tips and advice on staying safe at home.