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The falls risk calculator helps you to check your risk of falls by evaluating your balance, lower limb strength and how you perform in activities of daily living. These functional tests are recommended for older adults, above 65 years or age and can be done safely from the comfort of their own home.

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If you have scored 4 points or more, you may be at risk of falling.

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Single Leg Balance - Left Leg



Female    Male



Test 1



Test 2



Test 3



Result will display here...

Result will display here...


Requirements:


  • Please note that you can only input WHOLE numbers into each textbox. EX. 5 NOT 5.5
  • Stopwatch or phone, something to record your time
  • Another person to record your time


Instructions:
  • Performed with eyes open and arms on hips.
  • The participant must stand unassisted on one leg and is timed in seconds from the time one foot is flexed off the floor to the time when it touches the ground or the standing leg or an arm leaves the hips.
  • Participants unable to perform the one-leg stand for at least 5 seconds are at increased risk for injurious fall.
  • Please take the test 3 times and fill in the boxes for each test before clicking the button.
Purpose:

The Single leg balance test is used to assess static postural and balance control. Balance assessments are a valuable clinical tool for monitoring neurological and musculoskeletal status as well as for managing fall risk.

Single Leg Balance - Right Leg



Female    Male



Test 1



Test 2



Test 3



Result will display here...

Result will display here...

Requirements:


  • Please note that you can only input WHOLE numbers into each textbox. EX. 5 NOT 5.5
  • Stopwatch or phone, something to record your time
  • Another person to record your time
Instructions:
  • Performed with eyes open and arms on hips.
  • The participant must stand unassisted on one leg and is timed in seconds from the time one foot is flexed off the floor to the time when it touches the ground or the standing leg or an arm leaves the hips.
  • Participants unable to perform the one-leg stand for at least 5 seconds are at increased risk for injurious fall.
  • Please take the test 3 times and fill in the boxes for each test before clicking the button.
Purpose:

The Single leg balance test is used to assess static postural and balance control. Balance assessments are a valuable clinical tool for monitoring neurological and musculoskeletal status as well as for managing fall risk.


Single Leg Balance - Left Leg



Female    Male



Test 1



Test 2



Test 3



Result will display here...

Result will display here...


Single Leg Balance - Right Leg



Female    Male



Test 1



Test 2



Test 3



Result will display here...

Result will display here...


Sit To Stand



Female    Male








Result will display here...

Requirements:


  • Please note that you can only input WHOLE numbers into each textbox. EX. 5 NOT 5.5
  • Stable chair with back support
  • Stopwatch or phone, something to record your time
  • Another person to record your time
  • Wall space


Instructions: Grab a chair and put the chair against a wall to prevent it from moving.

  • The participant is seated in the middle of the chair, back straight; feet approximately shoulder width apart and placed on the flood at an angle slightly back from the knees, with on foot slightly in front of the other to help maintain balance. Arms are crossed at the wrists and held against the chest.
  • The participant is encouraged to complete as many full stands as possible within 30 seconds. The participant is instructed to fully sit between each stand.
Purpose:

The 30 Second Sit to Stand Test is for testing leg strength and endurance in older adults.

Note: This test is for adults 65 and above

Requirements:


  • Please note that you can only input WHOLE numbers into each textbox. EX. 5 NOT 5.5
  • Stopwatch or phone, something to record your time
  • Standard armchair
  • Another person to record your time
Instructions:
  • The patient sits in the chair with his/her back against the chair back.
  • On the command “go” the patient rises from the chair, walls 3 meters at a comfortable and safe pace, turns, walks back to the chair and sits down.
  • Timing begins at the instruction “go” and stops when the patient is seated.
Purpose:

The 30 Second Sit to Stand Test is for testing leg strength and endurance in older adults.

Note: This test is for adults 65 and above


Sit To Stand



Female    Male








Result will display here...

Timed Up and Go



Female    Male









Result will display here...


Requirements:


  • Please note that you can only input WHOLE numbers into each textbox. EX. 5 NOT 5.5
  • Stopwatch or phone, something to record your time
  • Another person to record your time


Instructions:

  • Sit in a chair with your back against the back on the chair.
  • On the command "go" the patient rises from the chair, walks 3 meters (about 4-5 steps) at a comfortable pace, turns, and then walks back to the chair and sits down.
  • The timing begins at the instruction "go" and stops when the patient is seated.
Purpose:

The Timed Up and Go Test assesses mobility, balance, walking ability and falls risk in older adults.

Requirements:


  • Please note that you can only input WHOLE numbers into each textbox. EX. 5 NOT 5.5
  • Stopwatch or phone, something to record your time
  • Another person to record your time
Instructions:
  • Sit in a chair with your back against the back on the chair.
  • On the command "go" the patient rises from the chair, walks 3 meters (about 4-5 steps) at a comfortable pace, turns, and then walks back to the chair and sits down.
  • The timing begins at the instruction "go" and stops when the patient is seated.
Purpose:

The Timed Up and Go Test assesses mobility, balance, walking ability and falls risk in older adults.


Timed Up and Go



Female    Male








Result will display here...




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