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Care Training Videos

Our Care Training Videos are filmed at our state of the art training facility in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

 

This video demonstrates how to fit a sling and hoist a service user from the best to either a chair or a commode. This is the easiest and safest way to move someone who is immobile, this saves potential injury and care staff suffering work place injury.

 

Here we demonstrate how to fit a sling whilst the service user is in a chair or on a commode. When the sling is fitted the service user can be moved safely back to the bed. This is the easiest and safest way to move someone who is immobile, this saves potential injury and care staff suffering work place injury.

 

This video shows our Training Manager, Karen Matthews demonstrating the best technique to ‘roll’ a service user. ‘Rolling’ is used to allow care staff to provide personal care and change bed sheets without the need to remove them from the bed. We can also use the ‘Roll’ to place the slide sheet under the service user. The slide sheet video is also on our gallery.

 

This ‘Slide Sheet’ demonstration shows the best way to place the slide sheet, utilise it, then remove it. The slide sheet is typically used to reposition a service user on the bed, this is useful to relieve pressure sores and make the service user more comfortable.

 

The carers on this occasion are providing a demonstration on how to use the ‘Stand Aid’. This is a very useful tool that most domiciliary care packages will have. It allows the service user to maintain independence if they still have some movement and strength they can apply themselves.

 

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