Falls Prevention Clinic
|Date:||Thursday, Sept. 21|
|Time:||1-3 pm ET|
|Location:||APTA Centennial Center|
Are you concerned about falls or want to learn how to stay safe and steady on your feet?
The American Physical Therapy Association’s Falls Prevention Clinic is designed to help you prevent falls and maintain your independence. Join us for a free interactive session focused on assessing balance, strength, and overall safety.
Event highlights include:
- Meeting with a physical therapist.
- Reviewing medications.
- Home safety tips.
- Community support.
Public parking is available via Dogue Street, along the back side of the building. APTA’s parking garage is the last entrance on the north side, marked "PARKING." (Please do not use the entrance next door marked "Public Parking or NIB.") Take a ticket to enter the garage. After you have parked, use the elevators to proceed to the first-floor lobby.
One hour: $4
Two hours: $8
Three hours: $12
Full day: $20
APTA Centennial Center is conveniently located directly across from the Potomac Yard Metrorail station.
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