How to Reduce the Physical Demands of Caregivers, Prevent Falls, and Make Mealtimes Easier and Safer for Seniors and Caregivers

New white paper, sponsored by ComforTek

The dining room is the heart of every senior care community, but it is also a setting full of hazards for residents and staff. Moving residents up to and away from the table poses challenges, and traditional dining room chairs aren’t built for caregivers to assist residents with mobility issues. Pushing, pulling, and shoving chairs can lead to caregiver injuries, and resident falls can occur.

This white paper explores the limitations of and problems caused by the traditional dining room setup. Plus you'll learn practical solutions your senior care community can easily implement to solve these problems and improve caregiver and resident safety. By making such improvements, communities may enjoy lower staff turnover, fewer workers compensation claims, increased caregiver morale, happier and more comfortable residents, a better quality of care, and increased profits.

You'll get critical info on:

  • How traditional dining room chairs lead to potential injuries for caregivers and residents
  • When resident falls are most likely to occur, and how you can reduce the risk.
  • Dining room improvements that support caregiver safety and morale, minimize caregiver turnover, and help fight the senior care staffing crisis!
  • How to develop safe transition procedures for the dining room.
  • How can senior care communities develop safe transition procedures for the dining room?
  • And much more!

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