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Fall Prevention Resource Guide

Comprehensive fall prevention includes physical activity, medical management, vision care, and home and environmental modifications. The San Diego Fall Prevention Task Force has developed this on-line resource guide to give you contact information for local providers and community programs.

All resources provide specific Fall Prevention Services throughout San Diego.

Exercise Programs & Classes

Fall Prevention Websites

Durable Medical Equipment

Medical Alert Systems

Home Modification Programs

Home Health Agencies (Medicare-certified)

Home Care Agencies

Physical Therapists

Vestibular Specialists

Other Fall Prevention Resources


Before using a service, especially inside the home, family caregivers and the older adults themselves need to take some steps to ensure safety. Our list of fall prevention resources is a registry only, and inclusion here does not imply an endorsement. We suggest that you call three services -- checking them out is your responsibility.

Here are some tips for protecting yourself:

  • Ask if the person/business has a business license.
  • Check with the San Diego Better Business Bureau, (858) 496-2131, to see if there are any complaints against the business.
  • Check with Elder Law and Advocacy, (858) 565-1392, to see if there are any complaints.
  • If you suspect fraud or a scam, contact the District Attorney's office, (619) 531-3507.
  • Ask the company for several references and check them out.
  • Chat on the phone with a representative of the company for a minute or two. If your gut says the match isn't good, go with that feeling.
  • Make sure you are clear about prices for the services.
  • Local Fall Prevention Resources

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