Occupational therapist and trusted assessor, Shaun Masters, will deliver live seminars throughout the two-day OT Show taking place next week at the NEC, Birmingham. Fellow professionals are invited to join Shaun on the Theraposture stand, B48, for assistive bed-based educational presentations.
Shaun Masters has extensive experience within community-based re-enablement in the public sector. He will be sharing his experience and knowledge in a series of presentations, offering invaluable advice and insight into assistive bed solutions for both the adults and paediatric setting. The Rotoflex Turning Bed System and Mascot Care Cot will be demonstrated – highlighting how these unique products can lead to better client independence and well-being along with substantial care and equipment cost savings.
The seminar schedule on the Theraposture stand will be:
Legs into bed – Enabling independent transfers for those unable to safely get into or out of bed.
This outline presentation will highlight the key considerations regarding a safe transfer into, out of and away from a Turning Bed System – featuring the new Rotoflex 235 Plus rotating bed.
21st and 22nd November: 10:00-10:15, 12:00-12:15 and 15:00-15:15.
Modular Cot Bed – Future proofing specialist beds for children.
Featuring the Mascot Mk2 care cot, this outline presentation will focus on:
- Considerations when prescribing a sleeping solution to meet changing client needs
- Features that enable easy cot reissuing and recycling
21st and 22nd November: 11:00-11:15, 13:00-13:15 and 16:00-16:15.
Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director comments: “Shaun is a valued member of our specialist team as he provides clinical understanding that enhances our service. As a practicing OT he can fully appreciate the challenges healthcare professionals face in terms of balancing quality equipment provision and cost to statutory services. His seminars at the OT Show will provide a free opportunity to understand how Theraposture products deliver the best of both worlds – outstanding quality, innovation and unsurpassed life time value. I would encourage all visitors to attend our series of short, succinct seminars that will clearly explain key considerations for occupational improvement in the bedroom for both disabled children and adults.”
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