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Albert

Albert can perform daily activities independently, but may have minor difficulties with balance
Albert is standing with his arms folded to show that he has mobility on both sides of his body, however he may experience minor difficulties with his balance. Albert represents the ‘apple-shaped’ morphology, with most of his weight concentrated around his chest or upper body. This results in him being quite top heavy and would quickly become short of breath if he began to move or exert himself by walking over a distance.

  • Ambulatory, but may use a walking stick/walker for support
  • Independent – can clean and dress himself
  • The green colour of his t-shirt shows that, due to his ability to move himself he presents a a low risk of static and dynamic physical overload to caregivers who were providing supervision and encouragement
  • Stimulation of functional mobility is very important to maintain independence

Download materials

In order to ensure that you are best able to meet the needs of your residents/patients, we have compiled a series of informative documents to advise you on how to understand the varying levels of functional mobility, and how to utilise our products and solutions in the most effective way.

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