If you have attended one of our training courses, we will have given you a password in order to view our videos of the techniques to help you remember them.
Click here to watch them and let us know what you think!
Click here for free tickets. We're providing practical workshops on Single Carer Handling, Plus Size Handling and Dementia Handling. Watch this space for more info.....
In March, Frances and Kay had a great day at Naidex demonstrating some single carer handling techniques for the delegates.
In May, Kay spoke about Addressing the Anxieties in Single Carer Handling at a Handicare seminar in Croydon.
In June, Jane and Kay attended the Kent Back Exchange Supportive Care Handling Conference in Rochester demonstrating single carer handling techniques.
Kay and Katie also talked about the work we have been doing for Kent County Council providing an Occupational Therapy Service into Care Homes.
In October, Jane and Sarah attended the KCC Registered Managers Care Conference to network and update the managers with regards to moving and handling equipment options available to improve quality of care in Care Homes.
We have been providing exciting training for Occupational Therapists, Home Care Providers and Care Homes over the last eight years identifying how to provide better quality care and some times reducing the number of carers required during the process. We have some fabulous products to show you during the training which will improve comfort, dignity and independence. Please let us know if you are interested in finding out more, we would be happy to discuss this with you.
The majority of the training we provide is for larger organisations but we do run a few courses each year for individual carers, Occupational Therapists and Trainers to book individual places to attend.
Let us know if you would like more information.
The following research articles provide evidence to support the training:
If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment or book some training, please contact our Director and Lead Occupational Therapist, Kay James on:
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We are all members of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists and the Health and Care Professions Council.