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Mastering Seating Assessments for People with Huntington’s Disease

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Date: 28 May 2024

This is a free webinar providing training and support for occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and other healthcare professionals working with people who have Huntington’s Disease.

Webinar Date: Tuesday the 28th May 2024

Webinar Start Time: 13:30 GMT

Please register even if you cannot attend the event live – a recording will be sent around to all those who register.

Webinar: Mastering Seating Assessments for People with Huntington's Disease

Complex Care Issues Addressed:

  • Learn about the risks and symptoms to look for and consider when carrying out a seating assessment for someone with Huntington’s Disease,
  • Discover how to support your clients with proper postural solutions, correct positioning, effective pressure relief, and more.
  • Learn about the different chair types and functions that you can offer to your clients for better care and enhanced lives, with a live demonstration on screen.
  • Discuss funding avenues/streams you can utilise to purchase new seating.
  • Live Q&A

Hosted by Vivid Care with a special guest speakers:

  • Alex Fisher, MSc (Neuropsychiatry), PhD Candidate (UOB) – Senior Occupational Therapist
  • Ben Stirling, Lead Seating Assessor and Community Care Expert at Vivid Care.

Part Of Our 2024 Training Course: Mastering Seating Assessments

This is episode 4 of our new 2024 Training Course: Mastering Seating Assessments.

We are extremely proud and excited to announce a brand new training course for occupational therapists, physiotherapists, carers, and healthcare professionals.  We will be joined by many different subject matter experts from across the industry, who will bring years of experience, training, and knowledge that will help you to improve the outcomes of the patients or people you are looking after.

Consisting of 10 Episodes:

Seating Assessments for:

  1. Elderly people
  2. Children and Paediatric patients
  3. People with Dementia
  4. People with Huntington’s Disease
  5. Bariatric patients
  6. People with Multiple Sclerosis
  7. People with Neuromuscular disorders
  8. People with Parkinson’s Disease
  9. Bonus: All about posture
  10. Bonus: All about pressure care

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