Did You Know?

Falling is not a normal part of aging Falling is not a natural consequence of aging, but is the result of several age-related factors such as loss of muscle strength and balance. Most falls are due to health or lifestyle … Read More

Water is a great drink of choice!

At every age, it’s important to drink enough fluid. Drinking enough fluid throughout the day helps prevent dehydration, joint and muscle pain, and constipation. As we get older, it becomes harder to recognize when we are thirsty. Try keeping a … Read More

Healthy Aging Toolkit

Seniors Dental Care Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program (OSDCP)   COVID-19 COVID-19 Vaccines – What Older Canadians Need to Know   Fall Prevention/Healthy Aging Stay On Your Feet Brochure Photo Collage – “What Stay On Your Feet Means To Me” … Read More

Community and Partner Resources

PARTNER RESOURCES LOOP – Fall Prevention Community of Practice Loop connects you with over 2000 Community of Practice members. These are your peers and experts in fall prevention. Loop is the voice for fall prevention locally, provincially and nationally. They … Read More

For Service Providers

Healthy Aging – live your best life We are living longer and the number of older adults in our community is growing. That’s good news.  As we age, our minds and bodies change.  Stay on Your Feet promotes ways you … Read More


Contact UsLive your best life! For More Information Call Your Local Health UnitStay On Your Feet (SOYF) is guided by the Stay On Your Feet staff at your local Health Unit. Contact your local Health Unit to find out how … Read More


COVID-19 Considerations: Seniors, people with weakened immune systems and chronic medical conditions are more at risk for severe outcomes from COVID-19.  We are all in this together, and looking out for one another will make things easier. We must not confuse … Read More

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