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Falls Management Exercise Programme (FaME)

Are you 65? Do you feel a little unsteady on your feet and / or have concerns about balance and mobility? Would you like to improve your balance?

The FaME programme will provide an opportunity for individuals to increase their strength and balance and thus reduce their falls risk.

The 24 week exercise programme comprise of tailored seated and standing exercise including; balance & endurance, dynamic balance, floor exercised (if appropriate), strength exercises using bands/balls/light weights and techniques for getting down and up from the floor.

Sessions are currently taking place across Leicestershire - please see the below documents.

Pre-booking is required for all courses is required and local inclusion criteria is applicable, please contact the relevant coordinator for further information on the documents provided. Please also note that due to the nature of the programme there will be a final intake date for all programmes.

Partners

  • British Heart Foundation
    Loughborough University
    East Midlands Platform
    Melton Borough Council
    Blaby District Council
  • QUEST
    Leicestershire County Council
    Equality Standard
    Harborough District Council
    Oadby & Wigston Borough Council
  • Safeguarding
    North West Leicestershire District Council
    County Sport Network
    Rutland County Council
    Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council
  • Leicester City Council
    Sport England
    Charnwood Borough Council
    Age UK L&R

Partners

  • North West Leicestershire District Council
    East Midlands Platform
  • Safeguarding
    British Heart Foundation
  • Leicestershire County Council
    Charnwood Borough Council
  • QUEST
    Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council
  • Melton Borough Council
    Harborough District Council
  • Rutland County Council
    Blaby District Council
  • Equality Standard
    Leicester City Council
  • County Sport Network
    Sport England
  • Age UK L&R
    Oadby & Wigston Borough Council
  • Loughborough University