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Falling Into Fear Of Falling

Around a third of people aged over 65 and a half of people aged over 80 fall each year1. [...]
Reducing musculoskeletal injuries in care facilities

Reducing Musculoskeletal Injuries In Care Facilities

It has been stated that “The adult human form is an awkward burden to lift or carry. Weighing up [...]

Covid – 19: Recuperation and rehabilitation

The term rehabilitation is being used far more frequently in the press recently for good reason, but does everyone [...]
maintaining purposeful occupation fatigue ms

Maintaining purposeful occupation, fatigue & MS

Just as the word “depression” is often over-used, describing any state of low mood, including temporary lows or natural [...]

Sleep Hygiene

Sleep hygiene is a behavioral and environmental practice developed initially in the 1970s to focus on insomnia and depression.  [...]
Reducing musculoskeletal injuries in care facilities

Reducing Musculoskeletal Injuries In Care Facilities

It has been stated that “The adult human form is an awkward burden to lift or carry. Weighing up [...]
Risk Factors Of Sarcopenia For Falls In The Elderly

Risks Factors Of Sarcopenia For Falls In The Elderly

Did you know age-related muscle degeneration is a risk factor for falls in the elderly? Sarcopenia involves loss of [...]
Dignity in Moving and Handling

Dignity in Moving and Handling

The Collins dictionary defines dignity as “the sense that you have of your own importance and value, and other [...]
Post fall management for Veterans

Post Fall Management for Veterans

A fall is defined as an ‘event which results in a person coming to rest inadvertently on the ground [...]
Care Home’s 1940s Transformation Helps Dementia Patients

Care Home’s 1940s Transformation Helps Dementia Patients

Making the move to a new retirement home can be a nerve-wracking thing to do, especially if you’re living [...]
Dementia Residents And Their Diet

Dementia Residents And Their Diet

Currently, there are 5.7 million Americans living with dementia and if you’re a carer then you may be used [...]

Pressure Ulcers: What Are They And How Can You Prevent Them

What Is A Pressure Ulcer? Simply put, a pressure ulcer is localised damage that occurs to the skin and/or [...]
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