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Orion Associates Training
Why Professional Boundaries are Important
As part of his professional boundaries class, Jason Hoffrogge discusses the benefits of maintaining professional boundaries while working with people who have intellectual disabilities. To watch this video in it's entirety, go to http://www.orionassoc.net/courses/professional-boundaries-disability-field/.
Mandatory Reporting of Elder Abuse | Aging Matter | NPT Reports
If you suspect an adult is at risk for abuse, you should contact Adult Protective Services in your state or call 911. In many states, like Tennessee, you are required by law to report abuse when you suspect it. It's the job of authorities to investigate claims. Do you part, if you see something, say something.
Family Caregiver Alliance
Ch. 1: Transfer Skills (Caregiver College Video Series)
Tips and instructions on how to use gravity and leverage to assist you when lifting or transferring a loved one who has limited mobility. Note: This information is not meant to replace the advice from a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatment. The Caregiver College Video Series is an educational resource from FCA for caregivers and covers the following topics: 1) Transfer Skills: http://bit.ly/Ch1TransferSkills 2) Nutrition: http://bit.ly/Ch2Nutrition 3) Dental Care: http://bit.ly/Ch3DentalCare 4) Bathing & Dressing: http://bit.ly/Ch4BathingDressing 5) Toileting& Incontinence: http://bit.ly/Ch5Toileting 6) Behavioral Issues: http://bit.ly/Ch6BehavioralIssues 7) Caregiver Self-Care: http://bit.ly/Ch7SelfCare » Subscribe to FCA’s Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeFCA » Watch the latest from FCA: http://bit.ly/LatestFCA Family Caregiver Alliance | National Center on Caregiving (FCA) is a public voice for caregivers. Our pioneering programs—information, education, services, research and advocacy—support and sustain the important work of families nationwide caring for loved ones with chronic, disabling health conditions. Visit FCA online and check out our recent developments: FCA CareJourney™ — a secure online service for quality information, support, and resources for family caregivers of adults with chronic physical or cognitive conditions, and the FCA Learning Center™ — our new home for resources from FCA’s vast library of caregiving knowledge, where you can read, watch, listen, and learn online anywhere at any time. Connect with FCA Online! Visit FCA's Website: http://bit.ly/VisitUsFCA Like FCA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/LikeFCA Follow FCA on Twitter: http://bit.ly/FollowFCA
Baxter Healthcare - U.S.
Hill-Rom | Liko® Lifts & Slings | Transfer from Chair to Toilet
This video provides step-by-step instructions for transferring a patient from a wheelchair to the toilet and back to the wheelchair, in this case shown with a Hygiene Sling and Viking mobile lift. For more information about Hill-Rom's Safe Transfers and Movement Program (STAMP), visit: https://library.hill-rom.com/Toolkits/STAMP/us/Home/ The information contained in these videos is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. You assume full responsibility for how you choose to use this information. Please speak with your healthcare provider about any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Hill-Rom retains all right, title, and interest in and to the video, and retains the right to demand that you immediately cease use of the video and unembed the video. Hill-Rom may discontinue or disable videos you have embedded at any time for any reason. You will not misrepresent the content contained in the video or use it in conjunction with price comparisons, in derogatory comparisons or in negative comparisons, with Hill-Rom’s competitor's products, or in derogatory or negative commentaries about Hill-Rom’s products - doing so may subject you to liability. Any and all claims made by you regarding the use, operation, quality, etc. of Hill-Rom’s products are your own, and you shall be responsible for ensuring that all such claims comply fully with all applicable federal, state and local laws. Ref: 185077
UHN Patient Education
Guide for Caregivers on Moving People Safely: Safely Lowering Someone to the Ground [Part 2 of 7]
Guide for Caregivers on Moving People Safely: Safely Lowering Someone to the Ground: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbldorHIhzI Related Videos: Guide to Caregivers on Moving People Safely: Introduction: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QNzH-nEg48 Guide for caregivers on Moving People Safely: Assisting Someone from the Floor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch8D26-R55c Guide for Caregivers on Moving People Safely: Wheelchair to Toilet Seat Transfer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRyny3LFuEU Guide for Caregivers on Moving People Safely: Walker to Tub Transfer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgF37xKRYkk Guide for Caregivers on Moving People Safely: From Wheelchair into a Car: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FPo7dyCWag Guide for Caregivers on Moving People Safely: Suggestions for Getting Started: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzyHXQzusg8 We are going to look at how to safely lower someone to the ground. When you are walking with someone who has poor balance or has a deficit of sorts and they need supervision or assistance while walking you should be walking on a diagonal with them. You are going to be slightly off center and your hands will be over their hip area. When someone falls it is ideal to be on this diagonal such that when they lose their balance they are going to land on your thigh so that you can safely lower them to the ground. We are going to demonstrate it now. So if we are walking along and we lose our balance at this point we can safely lower someone to the ground. You will notice that my head is out of the way and when her head came back, my head was out of the way and hers didn't bonk me and we are both safe. The information within this video is not intended to replace any advice provided to you by your health care team. For your safety, we ask that you do not act on the information within these videos without first discussing your treatment or healthy living plan with your qualified health care providers. For more information about UHN Patient & Family Education, visit www.uhnpatienteducation.ca.
SacMed Training Video Tutorials
CNA Skill #6 Occupied Bed Making
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