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3 Important Tips for Caregivers from a Physical Therapist

Every month the Ezra Home Care team invites certified professionals in geriatric care to provide trainings to the caregivers and answer their questions.

Adam Lipman is a physical therapist from CAREtenders. He has 7 years of experience providing physical therapy in the Home Care setting focusing on geriatric independence and outpatient orthopedics. Adam is also CPR certified.

Ezra Home Care offers Post-Surgical/Orthopedic Program to help people recover safely and successfully after orthopedic surgery. We invited Adam to provide training to Ezra Home Care caregivers and discuss the most common difficulties of caring for the elderly and people who are recovering from surgery. He answered questions about fall prevention, facilitating personal hygiene tasks and provided many valuable tips for caregivers.

How to prevent falls in the bathroom?

What to do if the client fell?

What is the technique “facilitation recall” and how to use it?

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