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  1. CPAP Nurse / Patient Manager – Leinster – Permanent Full Time

    CPAP Nurse / Patient Manager – Leinster – Permanent Full Time

    Beechfield Healthcare Ltd. – Dublin

    Full-time, Permanent

    €40,000 – €55,000 a year

    Due to our continued growth in the respiratory sector, we are now seeking to recruit Experienced CPAP Patient Managers to work in the Leinster area.

    In this role you will be required to:

    • Communicate with Sleep Clinics and Therapists
    • Engage New Patients in Their Home / Hospital
    • On-board New CPAP Users
    • Provide Support & Follow-Up to CPAP Users
    • Participate in User Groups & User Clinics

    While full product training will be provided you will need to have experience in the area of Sleep Apnoea. In return we are offering a very competitive salary, mileage, phone, pension and holidays. We are seeking to hire part-time permanent staff for these roles with flexible working hours.

    So if you know your APAP’s from your BiPAP’s we’d love to hear from you!

    Beechfield are a patient-focus

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  2. Beechfield HEalthcare Announce Partnership with ALONE

    Beechfield HEalthcare Announce Partnership with ALONE

    Beechfield Healthcare are Delighted to Announce Partnership with ALONE

    Beechfield Healthcare is delighted to announce its partnership with ALONE, the charity that supports older people to age at home.

    The partnership will involve financial and organisational support from Beechfield Healthcare which will enable both organisations to work together on their shared ethos of supporting people to live at home for as long as possible.

    ALONE offer a range of services to support older people age at home. These services include Support Coordination, where they work with older people who are facing challenging situations and need extra support to age at home. ALONE also provide a

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  3. Travelling Around Ireland with a Mobility Aid

    Travelling Around Ireland with a Mobility Aid

    Mobility aids provide an excellent service to their users and make it accessible for them to travel across the road or even across the globe.

    When people have a love for travel, it shouldn’t have to suffer just because they are struggling with mobility or increasing age. Mobility aids help to give them back their confidence and allow them to continue to travel with friends or families. We are very lucky to live in such a beautiful country with many historic and scenic attractions that are suitable for all ages and all levels of movement.

    When you’re travelling around Ireland with a mobility aid, there are a few simple factors that should be considered.Powerscourt House and Gardens

    Destination: Most of Ireland is reachable if you are travelling by car or

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  4. New S3 Software for Bimeo PRO

    New S3 Software for Bimeo PRO

    We are delighted to announce the launch of new S3 software for the Bimeo Pro. This new software will enable more engaging therapy to the patients with 5 new motivating tasks, which they can enjoy. The new tasks are challenging, but there are also changes in the existing scenarios which will encourage patients to engage into the existing scenarios. The patients will have more choice when selecting the tasks and will be encouraged to perform therapy with greater intensity.  

    The new S3 software includes 5 new therapy scenarios:

    • Shop (ADL) scenario
    • Marketplace (ADL) scenario
    • Alphabet (Cognitive) scenario
    • Points (Cognitive) scenario
    • Shark (Games) scenario

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  5. Tips to Consider When Choosing A Rollator

    Tips to Consider When Choosing A Rollator

    Rollators are a mobility device, much like a walking frame, but they have the addition of wheels so the device can be easily moved without lifting it. They are often used to provide the user with support when walking independently. In some cases, users will need the extra support or balance due to mobility or an increase in fatigue when being active. Rollators come in different styles with a variety of features including a 3 or 4 wheel option.

    When choosing a rollator to suit your needs, there are different factors you should take into account when making the decision. These can differ from why you need a rollator, to where you will be using it, or if you need a compact rollator that can be folded and stored easily. Other considerations can be safety features such as brakes or the type of grips, or if you need a folding seat on it.

    When choosing a rollator, the purpose of the

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  6. Wheelchairs, Cushions & Accessories

    Wheelchairs, Cushions & Accessories

    Comfort is key priority for wheelchair users and we are on your side when it comes to providing it. Choosing the correct chair is a very important decision and you need to ensure that the one you are picking is going to be the perfect fit for you and your needs. You will want a wheelchair that is going to provide you with the finest comfort and also pressure relief. When picking your wheelchair, there will be a certain amount of factors that will determine what type of chair you go with. These factors include your reason for using the chair, diagnosis, body type and your transportable needs. Other factors may include the use of the wheelchair inside or outside the home, your strength and if you need a self-propelled, transit or amputee. While all of these factors need to be considered, there are options to give you extra accessories like adjustable height for the seats, cushions, head rests, bags and holders for your walking aid which can be handy of you only use your wheelchair for

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  7. Pressure Cushions And Treating Pressure Sores

    Pressure Cushions And Treating Pressure Sores

    Pressure sores, also known as pressure ulcers or bed sores, are sores within the skin that cause damage to the skin and underlying tissue. The damage is caused by constant pressure or friction being applied to a part of the body. The extra pressure causes a disruption to the blood flow and without the blood supply, the area becomes starved of oxygen and nutrients.  This injury quickly develops for people who have reduced mobility such as wheelchair users or people who are confined to a bed or chair.

    If you are a wheelchair user, confined to a bed or chair or have reduced mobility, your risk of getting pressure sores are higher. The areas where pressure ulcers will appear are areas where the body has less fat, so in bony areas like elbows, hip bones, tail bone, shoulder blades, or the back of your arms and legs. Some of the symptoms you should look out for are red, purple or blue torn skin, swelling, parts of the skin that feels warmer/colder than other areas or unusual texture.

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  8. Tips When Choosing a Mobility Scooter

    Tips When Choosing a Mobility Scooter

    Tips When Choosing A Mobility Scooter 

    Independence is something we all depend on to get us through each day. We like to be able to carry out tasks ourselves ever since we were young and we would like to continue doing this into our elder years.  This can include everyday tasks such walking to the shop, meeting our friends for a cuppa or going to visit our families. We need to be able to get around on our own accord and to do that, we need mobility. Some people’s mobility levels can differ from others and sometimes, age can be a factor in this. However, regardless of your age, you still want to keep your independence by doing these things on our own.


    If you feel like you can’t walk to the shop because it’s too far, or you get tired

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  9. How to avoid slips & trips in wet and icy weather

    How to avoid slips & trips in wet and icy weather

    How to Avoid Slips and Trips in Icy Weather

    The cold and frosty weather is here and with MET Eireann issuing various colours of weather warnings, and temperatures plummeting into the minus fields, it can be easy to trip or fall on the wet and icy surfaces.

    Going for a walk can seem like a challenge if you have mobility issues and the fear of falling on slippy surfaces can cause further trepidation of leaving the house. If you are unfortunate to suffer a fall at some stage, the injury can be significant, and it can also be hard to get yourself motivated again. 

    Here are some tips to help prevent you from a fall:

    Many falls and slips happen as a result of decreased mobility and weaker muscles. Regular exercise inside the home can

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  10. Exercise aids for the elderly and people with restricted mobility

    Exercise aids for the elderly and people with restricted mobility

    Exercise Aids For The Elderly

    Older adults and people who are struggling with mobility due to an injury or disability, can often struggle to be as active as a they would like, however, this doesn’t mean they can’t exercise. There are many ways to be active, sometimes you can even exercise without even leaving your seat!

    Many of our products are suitable for people who are in a wheelchair, have arthritis, an injury or suffer from joint pains. Depending on the exercise you want to partake in, we supply a range of products including exercise pedals, gel handball exercisers and a range of the THERA products including the THERA Trainer Mobi 540

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