When I was in class we used a book called "Nursing Diagnosis Manual". Its great. It has definitions of the nursing diagnosis you chose, risk factors for the diagnosis, actions/interventions, goals, etc.
Anyway, here are a few of the priorities/goals for a patient at risk of falling.
1. Goal: Implement needed interventions and safety devices.
Rationale: To manage various conditions that could contribute
to falling, and to promote safe environment for individual and
Example: Situate bed to enable client to exit toward his/her
stronger side whenever possible. Assist with transfers and
ambulation; show client ways to move safely. Provide/instruct
in use of mobility devices and safety devices, like grab bars
and call lights/personal assistance systems. Encourage use of
treaded slippers, socks and shoes, and maintain non-skid floors
and floor mats. Clear environment of hazards like obstructing
furniture, small items on the floor, electrical cord, throw rugs.
I hope this helped.