Moving Forward after Spinal Cord Injury DVD

Published: January 15, 2009  |  Source: businesswire.com
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DUBLIN, Ireland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Moving Forward after Spinal Cord Injury DVD” report to their offering.

Moving Forward after Spinal Cord Injury is a comprehensive, educational program used by therapists to prepare spinal cord injury patients and families for discharge.

Developed by professionals at RehabCare, this program contains current best practices in Spinal Cord Injury rehabilitation.

During the rehabilitation process and at discharge, comprehensive educational materials are provided to the patient and caregivers to ensure a smooth transition to home. The primary goal is to prepare the patient and caregiver to return home independently or with assistance.

Educational Materials

Enhance patient/family education with materials that can be used by the therapy team in conjunction with the video to further educate and prepare the patient and family/caregivers for discharge.

Educational material includes information regarding the spinal cord injury, details on diet, medication management, home safety, adaptive devices, how to manage the patients physical and mental changes (e.g. incontinence, mood changes, memory loss), driving, travel, sexuality, and much, much more.

Who Should Purchase Moving Forward?

  • Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • Assisted Living Facilities
  • Transitional Care Units
  • Rehab Hospitals
  • Long Term Care Hospitals
  • Rehab Units

Key Topics Covered:

  • The video DVD contains six modules providing over 1 hour of material.
  • Spinal Cord Overview
  • Other Possible Complications
  • Home Safety/Adaptive Devices
  • Patient Changes & How to Cope
  • Wheelchairs
  • Caregiver Support
  • One program Video DVD can be used over and over again for families, patients, AND staff.

For more information visit Moving Forward after Spinal Cord Injury DVD

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