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Emma is most often in bed and cannot maintain her own position when sitting or lying down
In bed, Emma is fully supported by her mattress and pillows, showing that she cannot maintain her own position when sitting or lying down. Emma’s hands lie passively at her side to show that she cannot participate in grasping even small items. Emma cannot raise her head, so is unable to contribute to any basic movement such as turning over.

  • Might be almost completely bedridden, can sit out only in a special chair
  • Always dependent on caregiver
  • Emma’s red clothing indicates that she presents a high risk of static and dynamic physical overload to caregivers when not using proper equipment
  • Stimulation of functional mobility is not a primary goal

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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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