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Choosing Assistive Devices: A Guide for Users and Professionals by Sally Gore, Helen Pain, D. Lindsay McLellan (Paperback, 2002) for sale online

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The process explained in the guide can be used as a justification for purchasing items of equipment which may be expensive or outside the usual remit helping with budget planning and decision making. Its value to therapists will be high and it should prove a useful guide on the shelf of any department involved in 'choosing assistive devices'. Based on real-life experiences and written in an accessible style with illustrations and flow-charts. It also advises the reader where else to go to get further information. This much-needed guide sets out the many issues involved in choices about equipment, including availability, carers' requirements, possible funding and importantly the users' physical and intellectual capacity, opinions and lifestyle.

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Choosing assistive devices : a guide for users and professionals (Book, 2003) [blueshirtsunited.com]

choosing assistive devices pain helen gore sally mclellan d lindsay

Their simple and practical guidelines will allow professionals and carers to improve quality of life for those with disabilities, and can help users of equipment themselves take a more proactive role in choosing assistive devices. Each chapter has a clear introduction and makes good use of the key point section at then end. It would be an excellent book as a resource for users. The text is backed up throughout with key references from other books and websites. Drawing throughout on their own extensive professional experience the authors present the information needed to make appropriate decisions about seating, toileting, handling and bathing devices, with illustrations and a useful list of resources. The guide focuses on equipment for seating, continence, personal care and assisted moving and handling, it argues for wider application of the recommended approach, which should also be supported by manufacturers and information providers. Using an evidence-based approach they provide step-by-step guidance for therapists, family or professional carers and users in the selection of assistive devices.

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Choosing Assistive Devices: A Guide for Users and Professionals by Sally Gore, Helen Pain, D. Lindsay McLellan (Paperback, 2002) for sale online

choosing assistive devices pain helen gore sally mclellan d lindsay

The authors have reviewed the available evidence that informs choice of the most appropriate assistive device to meet individual need. I enjoyed reading this practical guide, and have started using it in my practice. Much research exists regarding the needs of people with disabilities on the one hand and about the equipment available for them on the other. Each chapter has a clear introduction and makes good use of the key point section at then end. The guide focuses on equipment for seating, continence, personal care and assisted moving and handling, it argues for wider application of the recommended approach, which should also be supported by manufacturers and information providers. Each chapter has a clear introduction and makes good use of the key point section at then end.

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Choosing Assistive Devices by Sally Gore (ebook)

choosing assistive devices pain helen gore sally mclellan d lindsay

The text is backed up throughout with key references from other books and websites. The process explained in the guide can be used as a justification for purchasing items of equipment which may be expensive or outside the usual remit helping with budget planning and decision making. I enjoyed reading this practical guide, and have started using it in my practice. Drawing throughout on their own extensive professional experience, the authors present the information needed to make appropriate decisions about seating, toileting, handling and bathing devices, with illustrations and a useful list of resources. Drawing throughout on their own extensive professional experience, the authors present the information needed to make appropriate decisions about seating, toileting, handling and bathing devices, with illustrations and a useful list of resources.

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Choosing Assistive Devices: A Guide for Users and Professionals

choosing assistive devices pain helen gore sally mclellan d lindsay

The text is backed up throughout with key references from other books and websites. The E-mail message field is required. Based on real-life experiences and written in an accessible style with illustrations and flow-charts. It could act as a reference point for a wide range of health professionals working with people with disabilities. It also advises the reader where else to go to get further information. The authors have reviewed the available evidence that informs choice of the most appropriate assistive device to meet individual need. It could act as a reference point for a wide range of health professionals working with people with disabilities.

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Choosing Assistive Devices : Helen Pain : 9781853029851

choosing assistive devices pain helen gore sally mclellan d lindsay

Using an evidence-based approach they provide step-by-step guidance for therapists, family or professional carers and users for the selection of assistive devices. It could act as a reference point for a wide range of health professionals working with people with disabilities. Bringing together information about the needs of people with disabilities and the equipment available, this guide shows how the two can be brought together to provide an effective match of person and product. It could act as a reference point for a wide range of health professionals working with people with disabilities. It would be an excellent book as a resource for users. Choosing equipment to suit an individual with a disability can be a complex task. Bringing together information about the needs of people with disabilities and the equipment available, this guide shows how the two can be brought together to provide an effective match of person and product.

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Choosing Assistive Devices: A Guide for Users and Professionals ISBN 9781853029851 PDF epub

choosing assistive devices pain helen gore sally mclellan d lindsay

Drawing throughout on their own extensive professional experience, the authors present the information needed to make appropriate decisions about seating, toileting, handling and bathing devices, with illustrations and a useful list of resources. The authors have reviewed the available evidence that informs choice of the most appropriate assistive device to meet individual need. Based on real-life experiences and written in an accessible style with illustrations and flow-charts. They explain the many issues that may be involved in choosing equipment, including availability, costs, carers' requirements, possible funding and importantly the users' physical and mental capacity, opinions and lifestyle. It also advises the reader where else to go to get further information.

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Choosing Assistive Devices von Helen Pain

choosing assistive devices pain helen gore sally mclellan d lindsay

The process explained in the guide can be used as a justification for purchasing items of equipment which may be expensive or outside the usual remit helping with budget planning and decision making. The authors have reviewed the available evidence that informs choice of the most appropriate assistive device to meet individual need. Each chapter has a clear introduction and makes good use of the key point section at then end. Using an evidence-based approach they provide step-by-step guidance for therapists, family or professional carers and users in the selection of assistive devices. It could act as a reference point for a wide range of health professionals working with people with disabilities.

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