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Andrew 🔶 Jul 15
Hi , Fuel pump 3 not accepting cards
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
If you have issues getting off the bus? Ask the bus driver to park closer to the kerb as well as lowering the bus to make it easier - Fall prevention techniques. Call us to find out how we can support you/your loved one with at-Homecare needs
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
We provide specialised at-Homecare support for those who are being affected by the onset of dementia. All our at-Homecarers are trained to provide the level of support to your loved one, whilst adhering their dignity & respect. Here are some tips
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
It is advisable to keep your travel pass in a trouser or coat pocket so that it is easily accessible when boarding a bus. Having to look through a bag may result in unnecessary panic that may lead to a fall - Fall Prevention techniques
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
Recalling the good old days is seen as a good way to connect with dementia sufferers. Our trained at-Homecarers are told to try & take people we provide at-Homecare support to a time where their recollection may be greater. Contact us so we can help
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
Finding it increasing difficult in get in & out of the bath/shower? Consider installing grab rails to make it a safer transition,a Falls Prevention measure that we advise when you join our at-Homecare family
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
Should you suffer a trip/fall,it’s advised to carry a mobile phone. You’ve a means of calling for help. Tips around Fall Prevention, part of your at-Homecare support plan when you join our family. Visit we’re here for you
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
When heading out & about, take your time in assessing potential hazards that could affect your balance/trip hazards. If they can be avoided, do so or take extra care - Fall prevention techniques. Visit
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
By ensuring any unnecessary clutter is removed from doorways/hallways is a Fall Prevention measure we'd advise in taking. Contact our team to see how we can support your at-Homecare needs whilst maintaining independence
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
Pets such as cats or dogs are deemed to be Fall Prevention risks. Whilst we know they are a comfort/companion to people, we would advise getting a collar w/a bell of some kind so you're aware of their presence if you're distracted
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
During their dementia training,our at-Homecarers are told to limit distractions such as the tv when talking to your loved one during their at-Homecare visit. Visit so we can help
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
If you’re on medication,we’d advise that you have a regular review. Types of medications may affect your balance & will be enquired during your Fall Prevention assessment. Our priority’s maintaining your independence whilst keep you safe. Call us 020 8343 9698
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
Sitting down can be considered safe,for prolonged periods, the reverse. It’s advised that you occasionally stand up to stretch your legs so that when you need move, you aren’t more prone to falling due to stiffness. Call us to help support your at-Homecare needs
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
Loose rugs or mats are trip hazards. As part of the Falls Prevention section of the at-Homecare assessment,it’s advised that loose rugs be removed or taped down to reduce the likelihood of a fall from occurring. Call us on 020 8343 9698 to see how we can help
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
The older we get,the more light is needed for us to see where we’re going. Installing better lighting options is seen as another fall prevention method & our team will help identify when creating your at-Homecare support plan. Contact us for support
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
A pair of slippers that’s lost its support or the sole’s worn can lead to a higher factor of fall occurring. By replacing old for new,is a fall prevention measure & reassure you when walking . Call Sara/Gloria so we can provide at-Homecare support
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
It’s always our aim that you should maintain your independence in your home,by taking fall prevention measures it can maximise your safety whilst minimising the risk of a fall/trip. Call our team to see how we can help with at-Homecare support
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
In determining your at-Homecare support plan,our team’ll look around your/your loved one’s home to determine fall risk areas where a trip may occur. This is for the safety of out at-Homecarers as well as allowing you to maintain your independence
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
Whilst maintaining your independence,it’s important for us to risk assess. A key question of the Falls Risk Assessment Tool,is diagnosis of a stroke/Parkinson’s as these are common medical conditions that affect balance. Call the team for at-Homecare support
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Barnet Home Carers Jul 12
Determining the number of & types of medication that you/your loved one take on a daily basis is questioned as part of the Falls Risk Assessment Tool when assessing the overall fall risk factor. Call Sara/Gloria to see how we can support you w/ at-Homecare
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