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Family & Community Health

September 2012, Volume 35 Number 3 , p 264 - 270

Authors

  • Timothy F. Page PhD
  • Anamica Batra MPH
  • Richard Palmer DrPH

Abstract

The aim of this study was to measure the costs of delivering a fall prevention program by community agencies in South Florida. Cost data were collected from agencies participating in the delivery of Matter of Balance workshops in South Florida. Cost information included both initial implementation and ongoing workshop delivery costs. Average costs for implementation per program completer were $325 during the first year in which the program was offered and $176 during the second year of the program. Matter of Balance is a relatively inexpensive fall prevention program. This has implications for the further dissemination and sustainability of evidence-based programs for elderly individuals.

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