Find a Falls Prevention Program near you

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Stepping On
Stepping On 

South Eastern Sydney Local Health District provides falls prevention programs such as Stepping On. This program is an evidence based falls prevention program that incorporates strength and balance exercises as well as education on topics such as medication, home safety and footwear. 

To register, visit website

For enquiries, please contact 1800 255 774

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Staying physically active is the single most important thing you can do to stay fit and independent, as you get older. 

Strengthening for over 60s program
Strengthening for over 60s program

Our Strengthening for over 60s program is a fun and effective group program designed by St George physiotherapist to help people build strength, maintain bone density, and stay independent for longer.

The program is safe, supervised and instructed by experienced and qualified fitness professionals who will help tailor the program to meet your needs and goals with encouragement and support.

Classes run at venues across Sutherland shire, Georges River, and Bayside south:

  • Caringbah Seniors Citizens Hall
  • Gunnamatta Park Pavilion Cronulla
  • Menai Indoor Sports Centre
  • Miranda Community Hall
  • Carlton School of Arts
  • Carss Park Community Centre
  • Mortdale/Oatley Baptist Church
  • Oatley RSL Club
  • Old’s Park Sports Club
  • Ramsgate Lifesaving Club
  • Engadine Community Health Centre

Cost $100 per 9-week term.

For more information and registration contact us:   

War Memorial Hospital falls prevention programs
War Memorial Hospital falls prevention programs

A variety of exercise groups focused on reducing falls risk are offered at War Memorial Hospital (WMH) people over 60 years living in the local community (or over 45 years for those from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background or living with a Geriatric syndrome)

For more information on these service programmes please check the website.

Referrals are accepted from medical, nursing and allied health professionals. Further information may be sought as required.
All referrals are via Northern Network Access and Referral Centre

Tel: 93690400
Fax: 93690101

Once a referral is received, a Physiotherapist (PT) or Occupational Therapist (OT) completes an assessment to understand individual’s specific needs and goals and recommends the most suitable group.

Please note exercise group times, days and structure vary and out of area referrals are accepted, provided they organise their own transport.  For more specifics, please phone 9369 0100 to speak with the relevant department.