I am not a nurse yet but we were taught that if you are using a 'risk' diagnosis, the outcome/goal would be a statement of "pt remains free of falls'
Your outcome/goal must be measurable and the easiest way is have it occur during your shift. Also, your interventions could be broken down a bit. Each goal should be individual, you have a couple in your statement. All you really need to do with it to polish it up is to break it down a bit.
I might go like
Dx: Risk for falls AEB recent, frequent falls.
Outcome (goal): 1 Pt will remain free from falls for the duration of this shift
Outcome 2: Pt will demonstrate proper use of Lap Buddy by the end of this shift.
1. Assess vital signs
Assess pts level of consciousness and orient as needed.
Keep Enviro free of clutter
Educate pt on necessity of assist with transfer in order to avoid calls.
Educate pt on use of call bell
Keep call bell within reach at all times.
Assess pt for ability to use Lap Buddy correctly/safely
Teach pt proper use of Lap Buddy
Educate pt on necessity of using Lap Buddy in order to prevent falls
Allow patient supervised practice on use of Lap Buddy
Something like that. Its patient focused (PT WILL) and measurable (BY END OF SHIFT)
You are almost there!
PS I don't know what a Lap Buddy exactly is so those interventions may be kind of off.