This resident/patient is incapable of performing daily activities independently or actively contributing in any substantial or reliable way.
Assistance would, if provided without special precautions, lead to the risk of physically overloading the caregiver. Equipment should be used to reduce this risk. This resident/patient is unable to substantially contribute to the movement.
However, wherever and whenever possible, it is important to activate these residents/patients. The assistance provided for Doris might include transfers with a sling lift. Prevention of secondary problems associated with immobility is crucial, e.g. provide good skincare.
It is important to slow down the deterioration of her mobility and wellbeing.
- Cannot stand and is not able to weight bear through her feet. Is able to sit if well supported.
- Dependent on caregiver in most situations.
- A high risk of dynamic and static overload to the caregiver when not using proper equipment.
- Stimulation of functional mobility is very important.