FINDING BALANCE NB
We would like to thank all of our supporters who helped with the delivery of this program across New Brunswick. This would not be possible without Trauma NB, our governmental and non-governmental organizations in addition to all of the people who generously helped us along the way.
For more information about each supporter, please click on their logo to visit their website.
Finding Balance is a program which was developed over 10 years ago by the Injury Prevention Centre at the University of Alberta and designed to raise awareness about the prevention of slips, trips, and falls among older adults. The Finding Balance program is now offered throughout Canada with the help of other dedicated provincial stewards.
Focused on patient and family-centred care, Horizon Health Network provides services ranging from acute care to community-based health services. With a collaborative approach, Horizon leads the way in delivering sustainable, safe and quality health care services to residents of New Brunswick, as well as northern Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
Vitalité Health Network is a regional health authority providing and managing health care and services in an area covering northern and southeastern New Brunswick. The Network is the only Francophone managed organization of its kind in the country and has nearly 70 points of service providing a range of health care and services to members of the public in the official language of their choice.
The New Brunswick Department of Health works through the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health (Public Health) to improve, promote, and protect the health of the people of New Brunswick. This department is led by the Chief Medical Officer of Health who is responsible for the overall direction of public health programs in the province.
Ambulance New Brunswick is the organization responsible for providing land and air ambulance services to New Brunswickers and their guests. With a team of over 1,000 highly-skilled emergency medical dispatchers, paramedics and flight nurses, ANB responds to approximately 100,000 calls for help each year.