- Are you currently prescribing night-time positioning?
- Do you feel confident as to what to look for during an assessment?
- Do you feel confident in relation to your clinical justification for night-time positioning equipment?
LC Seating is hosting a free online workshop on ‘An Introduction to Night-Time Positioning’ presented by Sarah Clayton from Simple Stuff Works. This one-hour workshop will support and clarify key considerations in relation to night-time positioning.
We will consider the biomechanical forces in supine, side lying and prone. We will outline the potential physical consequences of unsupported lying in each of these positions. We will highlight the wider implications for individuals and their care teams.
The workshop takes place online on Wednesday 20 January 2021 at 1.30pm. If you work in physiotherapy and/or occupational therapy and would like to attend, please find find the link to the workshop here.
About Sarah Clayton
Sarah Clayton (BSc, PGCE) is passionate about all things postural care. With over 20 years’ experience of working alongside families of children with complex needs. Her life’s mission is to reduce avoidable complications such as hip dislocations and scoliosis. Sarah has four children, one of whom lives with a complex brain injury; she works full time and can regularly be found wearing her jumper inside out.