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  1. Now Hiring - Office and Customer Services Manager

    Now Hiring - Office and Customer Services Manager

    Office & Customer Services Manager

    This is a fantastic career opportunity for an experienced Office and Customer Services (CX) manager to join one of Ireland’s leading healthcare providers. As the company is undergoing significant expansion to meet the demands of the healthcare market, we are preparing strategic initiatives to underpin this growth. The CX Manager will be responsible for developing and applying a consistent customer experience (CX) measurement system of critical touchpoints, and in the achievement of CX goals through analysis, reporting and actionable insights.

    The CX manager will have joint ownership, along with senior leadership, for the achievement of goals and objectives for assigned CX projects. This position requires a strategic thinker with a passion for customer service and a proven track record of improving CX metrics.

    Critical to this role’s success is the candidate’s clear ability to clearly and concisely communicate with

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  2. Buying a stairlift is much more than a monetary transaction.

    Buying a stairlift is much more than a monetary transaction.

    Buying a stairlift is not just a monetary transaction, it is an investment in one's quality of life and independence. A stairlift can greatly improve a person's mobility and ability to move around their own home, which can have a positive impact on their physical and emotional well-being. It can also provide peace of mind for both the person using the stairlift and their loved ones, as it reduces the risk of falls and injuries.

    Having a stairlift can also provide a sense of security and safety, allowing the person to move around their home with more confidence, which can lead to increased self-esteem and self-worth. This can also help them to maintain their independence and continue to live in their own home, rather than having to move to a nursing home or assisted living facility.

    Additionally, it can improve the person's ability to participate in activities and events on different floors of their home, such as visiting with family and friends, going to the bedroom, or

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  3. 5 Tips For Better Hand Hygiene

    5 Tips For Better Hand Hygiene

    RSV, flu and Covid are working their way through the country.

    The perfect storm, as described by some health officials, is causing chaos across all areas of the health service.

    Hand hygiene is a critical aspect of preventing the spread of germs and illnesses. Here are 5 ways to practice good hand hygiene:

    1. Wash your hands with soap and water: This is the most effective way to remove dirt, germs, and bacteria from your hands. Wet your hands, apply soap, and scrub your hands together for at least 20 seconds. Be sure to scrub the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails. Rinse your hands well and dry them with a clean towel or air dryer.

    2. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser: If soap and water are not available, an alcohol-based hand sanitiser can be used as an alternative. The alcohol in

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  4. Five Key Benefits Of The iWalk

    Five Key Benefits Of The iWalk

    The award winning iWALK is a hands-free crutch and is the best alternative to conventional crutches and knee scooters for all below-the-knee injuries.

    Five key benefits of the iWalk:

    1. Improved mobility: With traditional crutches, you have to rely on your upper body strength to propel yourself forward. This can be tiring and may not be feasible for people with limited upper body strength. With an iWalk, you can use your legs to move forward, which can be less tiring and allow you to cover longer distances more easily.
    2. Increased independence: The iWalk allows you to move around more easily and independently, which can be especially helpful if you have a temporary injury or disability.
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  5. 10 Tips to Avoid Falls At Home

    10 Tips to Avoid Falls At Home

    Falls can be dangerous, especially for adults with mobility challenges. Here are 10 tips to help you avoid falls at home:

    1. Keep your home well lit, especially at night. Use night lights in hallways and bathrooms, and consider installing
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  6. Christmas & New Year Opening Hours

    Christmas & New Year Opening Hours
    • Open: Tuesday, December 20th
    • Open: Wednesday, December 21st*
    • Open: Thursday, December 22nd
    • Open: Friday, December 23rd
    • Closed: Monday, December 26th
    • Closed: Tuesday, December 27th
    • Closed: Wednesday, December 28th
    • Closed: Thursday, December 29th
    • Closed: Friday, December 30th
    • Closed: Monday, January 2nd
    • Open: Tuesday, January 3rd

    *12pm is the cut-off date for receipt of orders for delivery before Christmas. All orders received after 12pm on Wednesday, December 21st through to closing for the holiday break on Friday, December 23rd, will be delivered from the day after the office reopens on Tuesday, 3rd January.

    **We advise that larger items (beds & riser recliners) are ordered on or before Friday 16th December to ensure delivery before the Christmas break.

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  7. Preventing Pressure Ulcers

    Preventing Pressure Ulcers

    This coming Thursday, November 17th, hospitals and many other healthcare facilities will take time out to promote and educate the wider healthcare community and general public on how to prevent and treat pressure ulcers.

    Pressure ulcers, when they are allowed to develop, are a notoriously difficult affliction to treat and heal.

    Though the Worldwide Pressure Ulcer day leads with Stop Pressure ulcers, the real message is all about prevention.

    The basics of (pressure ulcer) prevention is all about education. The more people that know about pressure ulcers and how to prevent them, then the less people that will present with them. If you know nothing about pressure ulcers, this short video is well worth a watch: - those most likely to suffer from pressure ulcers - steps you can take to prevent pressure ulcers

    At 1

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  8. The Airfold - Ireland's Lightest Electric Powerchair

    The Airfold - Ireland's Lightest Electric Powerchair

    Invented near Cleveland, Ohio, in 1958, caron fibre is is a strong, stiff, lightweight material that has the potential to replace steel and is popularly used in specialized, high-performance products like aircrafts, racecars and sporting equipment. Perhaps, Formula 1 best emobides what we know about carbon fibre, as we see it flying about the race track when the cars collide; we know it to be very light and endures the pressure of race cars that hit speeds of over 200 mph.

    We also know, from experience, that it's only a matter of time before the best of technologies find their way into other industries. Introducing the NEW Carbon Fibre AirFold Powerchair from Drive DeVilbiss, this is the lightest ever offering in their powerchair range. It is an extraordinary lightweight powerchair, weighing just over 15kg / 33lb! In all it weighs just 17kg / 37/lb with battery, this compares to a similar weight as a standard

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  9. 6 Key Benefits of Riser Recliners

    6 Key Benefits of Riser Recliners

    In this post we are going to look at the top 6 Key Benefits of Riser Recliners.

    The ranking of the benefits may strike a chord with some readers and others may feel that the ranking does not represent their specific requirements. That aside, the 6 Key Benefits pretty much capture why you should have a Riser Recliner in your home.

    Before we continue, here is good definition of a Riser Recliner - A Riser Recliner is an electrically operated chair for those who may be beginning to find it challenging to get in and out of a regular chair. Riser Recliners offer comfortable and safe support to help users stand up from a sitting position more easily.

    The

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  10. Free In-Home Demonstrations

    Free In-Home Demonstrations

    The Beechfield In-Home Demonstration Service is the ideal way to try out one of our mobility solutions from the comfort of your own home. If your Occupational Therapist of Physiotherapist recommends a mobility product, you can arrange for one of our experts to visit you in your home to show you how the product works.

    The visual support provided by an in-home demonstration is an important consideration. When looking to purchase a specific mobility product, you will benefit greatly from seeing it in person. Scrolling through a website can only provide a superficial understanding, whereas the opportunity to see the product in you home is far more supportive. The ability to see, feel and sometimes smell the product is generally more appealing than simply reading a report recommending a particular mobility aid. This is especially true if you are a more visual or hands-on learner, as you often need to see the product in action to fully grasp its value

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