It is recognised that social care service users are often at risk of falls, which can result in serious injury and, where they are persistent, impair their quality of life. This is because their environmental and medical conditions and frailties put them at risk of falls and the risks increase because of, for example, physical inactivity, difficulties in walking and moving around, poor balance, household hazards, etc.
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