First Aid and Pain Pocket Guide and Visual Pain Assessment Cards

First Aid and Pain Pocket Guide and Visual Pain Assessment Cards

SKU: UF0003

£3.99 incl. VAT
  • A guide about dealing with pain and injury with a person who has dementia
  • Useful tools to help identify pain
  • Understand fever, taking medication and what to do in an emergency

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This handy guide will provide you with everything you need to know about dealing with pain and injury with a person who has dementia.

 

Communication can sometimes become difficult with dementia, so this guide works alongside the Visual Pain Assessment Cards to help you identify when and where someone has pain. It also provides advice on how to prevent everything from falling to catching infection, and invaluable information on how to treat basic injuries.

 

Contents:

  • ’Pocket Guide to Pain and First Aid’ containing advice on how to prevent accidents, identify and treat pain and administer First Aid to people living with dementia
  • Visual Pain Assessment cards and other tools to help assess pain in those who may struggle to communicate it
  • Sections on identifying, preventing, treating and managing pain, identifying fever, taking medication, keeping comfortable, First Aid, treating injuries, wounds and bleeding and what to do in an emergency.

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Key Features A guide about dealing with pain and injury with a person who has dementia
Useful tools to help identify pain
Understand fever, taking medication and what to do in an emergency
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