People living with dementia are often characterised as being ‘difficult’, ‘uncooperative’, or ‘challenging’. But what if we were to change our perspective and look beyond the symptom and the behaviour?
In this free webinar, Kirsty O’Connor, Occupational Therapist and Seating Matters Clinical Training Manager explores:
- Understanding dementia patients and their needs
- The important role of seating for dementia patients and caregivers
- Case studies and clinical research
For patients at risk of falls, and those with vigorous, involuntary movements, the Atlanta has been clinically designed to provide a robust, durable and safe environment, reducing the risk of injuries and falls. The Atlanta has been carefully crafted for safety and security and is our very best in falls prevention.
For low mobility patients, and patients with extended stays in bed, the Sorrento is widely used in hospitals and rehabilitation units, clinically designed to reduce pressure injuries, prevent sliding, falls and safely increase early mobilization.
Get in touch to arrange a free, no obligation seating assessment, alongside Seating Matters products in your facility at a time that suits you.
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