Residential Care Services
Training on night time positioning for pressure & postural management needs - 1hr session:
This one hour session is aimed at carers and clinical staff in residential care and hospitals. The objective is to improve the understanding of the relationship between positioning and the development of contractures, postural issues, and pressure injuries. We explain low tech solutions and provide case study experiences to demonstrate concepts.
Training session on moving people safely in wheelchairs - 1 1/2 hr session:
It is not uncommon for people in wheelchairs living in residential care, to be assisted with their mobility. Studies have shown that over 90% of wheelchair related accidents for people over 65, happen at home or in institutions. 80% are tips or falls. Unless a carer is shown how to move a person safely in a wheelchair, the risk of tipping the person forwards out of the wheelchair, especially when out in the community, is increased. This practical session is led by one of our wheelchair skills mentors and a therapist.
Please email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our training team will get back to you.
Servicing and repairs of disability equipment:
Equipment owned by residential care facilities are an important asset and need to be safe and functional to ensure that staff and the people you care for are not exposed to unnecessary risk. Let us take the worry around compliance and health and safety away from you. In addition to providing repairs for all your disability equipment including wheelchairs, walkers, hospital beds, patient lifts and commodes, Seating To Go provides an asset management service with technicians able to provide scheduled preventative maintenance and servicing programmes that will meet the requirements of the following standards:
- AS/NZS ISO 10535: 2011
- AS/NZS 3760: 2010
- AS/NZS 3551: 2012.
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