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Single Handed Care Equipment trial benefits local care home

Andway are delighted to support a 60-bed care home with a trial of Single Handed Care following positive feedback from the care group head office.

Single Handed Care

The trial includes the TA180 Transfer Support Aid which will support residents to stand unassisted in a variety of transfer positions.

Single Handed Care

The benefits of single handed care include a greater level of resident dignity and independence while reducing staffing costs, enabling a single carer to maintain the same care levels that previously required two carers.

Discover our innovative range of Single Handed Equipment Here. Single Handed Care Leaflet

Other products include the Freeway Raiser, Freeway Ladder Strap and Safety BeltFreeway Recovery Sling and SA160C Compact Stand Aid.

Single Handed Care

Care home benefitted from a thorough training session from Andway staff who demonstrated the advantages of single handed care for the staff and residents.

Did you know around 40% of residents receiving care from two or more carers could be suitable for single handed care practices?

Andway Account Manager – Rob Withers said: “We are delighted to support the care home in trialing new equipment which brings many advantages for the carers and residents.

Andway champions local hospice

Andway Healthcare staff rallied round to donate medical equipment and supplies to local hospice Saint Michael's Hospice recently.

The donation included a wheelchair, commode, adult incontinence products and dry wipes to support the hospices amazing work.

Andway Healthcare provide specialist equipment including low profile beds, air flow mattresses, everyday care consumables and furniture for the care and nursing home sector.

The firm support several charity events including Rapid Relief Teams and the Memory Walk fundraiser for Alzheimer’s UK.

Andway Healthcare - Managing Director, Jayne Graves said: Our business is care and we felt passionately that we must do something to support the great work of Saint Michael’s Hospice. We work with care providers every day and see the big difference little things can make to resident comfort, care and dignity so this is the least we can do.”