As OTs in moving and handling, we are required to give advice where transfers change from being standing transfers to full lifting hoist transfers. There are times when the client says 'no'. What does an OT do then and how do you work with the client to ensure a personal care routine is safe for all? In this event we unpack the scenarios when the client says no and provide a framework for working collaboratively to ensure safely for all.
Participants gave this webinar 9.57/10 after attending this webinar
Some feedback from participants included:
'Provoked good reflective thought on previous approach .. looking at situ from different angle. Really useful and enjoyable'.
'Love your client focused and positive energy. I always come away feeling invigorated and excited to apply a new or refreshed perspective'.
'Great tips on addressing the socio-emotional barriers to hoist prescription and establishing that its okay for the clients not be be ready to accept change. The OT just needs to be able to support them when they are ready... Loved the level of interaction facilitated as well'.
Risk ManagedOrganizer of Week 5. Full lifting hoists – when the client says no
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