This is a simple test to understand your fall risk it is designed for use by people 65+ and is used regularly by the NHS.
If you answer "Yes" to two or more of the questions below then you should discuss your result with your local GP.
Finally, you should try the test below which is known as the "timed up and go" test. To start, be seated in a chair with 3 metres (10ft) of clear floor space in front of it and have a way of timing yourself.
If you take more than 12 seconds to complete this test you should add another yes to your total. If you answer "Yes" to two or more of these questions then you should discuss your fall risk with your GP. They may be able to recommend exercises, specialist falls services or aids to reduce your risk.
If you are at risk of falls you should think about getting a personal alarm. It gets you help if you have a fall by contacting either the emergency services or contacts that are held for you.