Falls among older adults age 65 and above are a major health problem. Falls in this population are the leading cause of accidental death with the rate of falling increasing with age. The number one risk factor for falls is having a history of previous falls. Approximately 20% - 30% of all elderly adults who fall suffer moderate to severe injuries that increase their risk for premature death. Multi-factorial fall prevention approach has been proven to be extremely effective in reducing the amount of falls for older adults age 65 and above. Imogene King’s Theory of Goal Attainment was used as the theoretical framework to guide the project. There were six educational sessions on fall prevention and safety presented at the senior center in Frankfort, Kentucky. The material from the sessions was taken from Dr. Roberta Newton and Betty Perkins –Carpenter. The sessions covered falls, fears of falling, improving home environment, medications in relation to falls, nutrition and supplements, exercise activities, balance and gait, and co-morbid conditions. The sample size of this project became complicated. The same people did not fill out both the pre and post questionnaire dropping the sample from 33 to 21. The participants were a mix of females and males and all were at least 65 years old. The results showed an increase of knowledge from the educational classes. More women than men increased their knowledge base on fall prevention and safety.