Abacus to continue popular CPD assisted bathing education at OTAC Kent
On behalf of Abacus, Adam Ferry, Occupational Therapist, will be delivering a CPD-accredited seminar focusing on the importance of bathing as a meaningful occupational at the next Occupational Therapy Adaptation Conference (OTAC).
Occupational Therapy Adaptation Conference (OTAC), Mercure Maidstone Great Danes Hotel, Ashford Road, Hollingbourne, Maidstone, ME17 1RE. 6th November. 9am–4pm.
Adam Ferry, Occupational Therapist, will continue his highly popular series of assisted bathing seminars at OTAC Kent in association with Abacus Specialist Bathroom Solutions.
Seminar Synopsis: A client-centred approach to bathing
Bathing is not just about the act of physically washing and keeping yourself clean – or is it?
This seminar will explore the importance of bathing as a meaningful occupation and will enable attendees to:
- Assess the occupational bathing needs of their clients
- Review what it really means to work in a client centred manner
- To clearly define the benefits of bathing
Date: 6th November, 2019
Time: 10:00am – 10:30am
Location: Theatre 2, Mercure Maidstone Great Danes Hotel, Maidstone. ME17 1RE
Seminar Title: “A client centred approach to bathing”
Speaker: Adam Ferry, OT, in association with Abacus Specialist Bathroom Solutions
In addition to attending this seminar, healthcare professionals can gather evidence-based bathing case studies, guides to DFG bath funding and details regarding Abacus “Lunch and Learn” assisted bathing workshops.
In terms of product, Abacus will be demonstrating how the longer and wider Gemini 2000 bath provides a safe and comfortable bathing experience through its unique ‘double lift’ action and integrated platform. Popular with families and Occupational Therapists alike, this future-proofed, power assisted solution is the largest on the market and provides space appropriate bathing for disabled children and adults.