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Proven & Validated
Large validation study confirms modifiable risk factors can predict injurious falls.
What Matters Most
I am more than a fall risk score.

With a million injurious falls a year in hospitals...

a transformation in how risk factors are managed is needed. The Hendrich II Fall Risk Model™ is one of the most widely used fall risk assessment tools at more than 1000 sites of care throughout the United States and abroad.  The tool predicts injurious falls while promoting the larger opportunity for an interprofessional approach to reduce modifiable risk factors.

Education & Resources

Licensed use includes all sites of care, in your system, with unlimited, web-based access to contact hour approved education for registered nurses, a course for assistive personnel, and toolkits for rapid adoption and sustainment.

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Fall Risk Facts

As generations are living longer, it’s important to understand the magnitude of how injurious falls are affecting senior populations.


The nation’s older adult population over age 65 is projected to reach 83.7 million by the year 20501

1 in 4

1 in 4 older adults fall each year — usually resulting in a hip fracture or head injury. Furthermore, falling once doubles the chances the older adult falls again2


A fall could mean the loss of independence or worse. 30% of older adults who suffer a hip fracture die within six months of injuring themselves3

The average cost for a fall injury is over $30,0004. Find out how much falls cost your system by using our cost calculator today.