Author: Kristina Magathova   Date Posted:20 December 2018 

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Top 5 blogs in 2018

As 2018 comes to a close we at Active Mobility would like to express our gratitude to those who have supported us during this year. Thank you for your loyalty and support.

We have summarized our blog content and we would like to share with you our TOP 5 blog posts from 2018.

1. Cleaning shared Patient Care Equipment

When choosing a patient lift to help with lifting and moving patients who have mobility issues, the careful determination and selection of the lift itself is very important. And so is hygiene. READ MORE

2. Manual Handling Equipment

Older people depend on their carers to assist them to move, transfer safely and with dignity. It is necessary for carers to develop the skills to use manual handling equipment efficiently and effectively. READ MORE

3. Slide Sheet

Sliding sheets are one of the most commonly used types of manual handling equipment in the healthcare and aged care industry. They are used for moving patients horizontally on beds, shower trolleys. They are simple to use, however despite their simplicity they do require training to avoid lifting failure or patient and carer injuries. READ MORE

4. Five Misconceptions Occupational Therapists myths Debunked

Occupational therapists helps a lot of people by teaching them how to adapt to everyday life despite the conditions that their clients have undergone. However there are still some misconceptions about them that we will address in this article. READ MORE

5. How to help a Paraplegic

A paralysis-causing injury can be distressing not only for the patient, but also to those around him. Paraplegics lose the use of their legs, their movement, their freedom. This is life-changing and they will need to have specific type of care in order to live their life to the fullest. READ MORE

Our blogs have been very popular this year and it's good to see so many people reading them. Thank you to those who commented, liked or shared our post on social media and as always we value your feedback. We very much look forward to supporting you in 2019. We strive to bring you more valuable and relevant information in the future. Stay tuned with us by following us on LinkedIn and Facebook, or subscribe to our Email Updates.