As an OT, communication with your patients is essential – you need to gather as much information as you can about how they are feeling to enable you to assist them better. However, your patients may not always communicate to you when they are feeling uncomfortable in their chair. They may be embarrassed to ask, have difficulty communicating – or they may not even realise they could be more comfortable.
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Happy Christmas from all of us at Recliners!
Twas the week before Christmas and all was still in the Recliners workshop…
The elves have put the final touches to the last of the Christmas orders, the reindeers have been sent on their way and now it’s just a few of us left here in the Recliners workshop to sweep the floors and close things down for another year.
With Worldwide Stop Pressure Ulcer Day taking place later this month, we thought we’d take a look at how some of the most common causes of pressure injuries might be avoided.
Remember, it’s always far better to avoid pressure injuries than to treat them. So don’t worry about being over-careful with your patients – you’re doing them a favour even if it feels like you’re fussing!