Falls are the leading cause of unintentional death to older adults over 65 years of age. A fall can negatively impact an older adult through injuries, loss of independence, and other negative consequences. The impact of ageism can negatively affect the implementation of programming for the older adult. This is seen in the individual and community bias through attitudes, stereotypes, and beliefs. Fit, and Strong (Center for Healthy Aging, 2020) and Healthy Steps in Motion (Center for Healthy Aging, 2021) are recommended programs to implement for fall prevention in the community. Increasing awareness and strategies to prevent ageism are also recommended.