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Cindy and Christina
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In this video, Cindy shows how to help someone that needs assistance with sitting down or standing due to weakness or injury.

Thanks to Grandma Dee for volunteering to be our video model!

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Cindy is reviewing 3 styles of Beasy Transfer Boards (BeasyTrans, BeasyGlyder and Beasy ll) and demonstrating a wheelchair to chair transfer. The individual being transferred needs to have decent trunk control in sitting for safety when using a Beasy transfer …

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Cindy demonstrates How to Use a Cane on the Stairs.

Going up the stairs

Place the cane in the opposite hand of the rail or other hand hold ***if there is no rail or other hand hold, the cane goes …

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How to Use a Shower Curtain w/ a Tub Bench to Minimize Water on the Floor.

Using a bathtub transfer bench is a safe way to get in and out of the bathtub but it can make a mess and …

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Cindy demonstrates How to Use Crutches up and down Stairs when non weight bearing. She demonstrates going up and down the stairs using crutches as well as crutches and one rail. It is important to always use caution and go …

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Cindy demonstrates How to Use a Walker On the Stairs for both non weight bearing and partial weight bearing. No matter what device is being used on the stairs, we always lead up the stairs with the good/strong leg first …

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Cindy is demonstrating how to install and use Compact Safety Rails. If the current toilet height is appropriate, but there is not appropriate/safe areas for hand placement when getting on/off the toilet, this may be a good option for additional …

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If the current toilet height is appropriate, but there is not appropriate/safe areas for hand placement when getting on/off the toilet, this may be a good option for additional assistance and safety after surgery or when dealing with general pain …

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