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Staying in Touch with YOUR Needs

Recently, the wife of a client called me on my cellphone at dinner time. She was frustrated because she and the caregiver were having difficulty getting her 61-year-old, 6-foot, 2-inch tall, 220-pound husband out of his bed and chair. It was becoming risky that he would fall on them and injure her or the caregiver. “What do I do? I can’t handle him anymore,” she said. I told her how a Hoyer Lift could safely lift him. His rehab therapist had never mentioned ... Read more