Steady On Your Feet is a campaign led by the NHS and local authorities to help increase confidence and reduce the risk of falls. Our advice, guidance and resources are designed for anyone worried about feeling unsteady on their feet. They aim to equip people with simple tips to stay active, independent and safe during everyday activities.Use the Self Assessment Tool Now
If you’ve recently had a fall or felt unsteady on your feet, it can really impact your confidence and the way you get around.
Feeling weak or unsteady can increase your risk of falls. Use our video exercises to keep active and improve bone health, muscle strength, balance and confidence.
Use our self assessment tool to help reduce your risk of falling and increase your confidence. It is designed for anyone who may be worried about feeling unsteady on their feet.
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If you or someone you know is unsteady on their feet, we are here to help. For many people over 65, the risks of falling can be a difficult subject to bring up. Simply talking about worries and making arrangements can put minds at ease and improve confidence.
The Steady on Your Feet campaign has been developed through partnership working with health, local authority and voluntary agencies. More detail on the campaign and pathway development can be found in the strategy document.View Strategy Document
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Please note that the advice contained on this website is not intended to replace the advice of your GP or other health professional