Hand dysfunction and managing daily living activities

Julie Swann
  • Nursing and Residential Care, October 2015, Mark Allen Group
  • DOI: 10.12968/nrec.2015.17.10.562

Hand dysfunction and managing daily living activities

What is it about?

This article, the last of a series on the hand, describes how hand dysfunction affects a resident’s level of independence and dignity. In particular, how care staff can help a resident improve hand function and maintain their independence.

Why is it important?

Care staff can help to improve a resident's hand function.

Perspectives

Mrs Julie I Swann

by improving hand function, a resident's abilities can be improved and this will help resident's to regain independence and dignity.

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