Keeping mobile: Part two

Julie Swann
  • Nursing and Residential Care, January 2007, Mark Allen Group
  • DOI: 10.12968/nrec.2007.9.1.22577

The importance of the correct mobility aid.

What is it about?

Looking in more detail at the different types of walking appliances available.

Why is it important?

Mobility can improve or deteriorate and it is important that the most appropriate walking aid is provided.

Perspectives

Mrs Julie I Swann (Author)

People often have a walking aid that is the wrong height, or footplates not at the optimum height on a wheelchair. Residents may use a mobility aid that is no longer suitable for them.

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