The answer is YES. Seating Matters are ready to serve you and want to ensure that you feel confident when arranging a seating assessment for your patient or loved one during this uncertain time.*
As well as adhering to all measures implemented by you or your company, see below the steps our Seating Specialists take in advance and during your visit.
Disinfecting Materials:Any material that will be used during a seating assessment will be disinfected with appropriate materials (visit this BLOG to read more about cleaning practices) including any chair or accessories that will be used.
Appropriate PPE:Our Seating Specialists are equipped with appropriate PPE that will be worn at all times during their visit.
Maintain Social Distancing:Our Seating Specialists will ensure to maintain social distancing, where possible, throughout the assessment.
Leave chair for trial:If required, we will leave a chair for you to trial with your patient or loved one, allowing you to test the chair in a comfortable environment.
Collect & Disinfect:Once your trial period has ended we will, in appropriate PPE, return to collect the chair from your premises and disinfect the chair once it has been removed.
WHAT IF AN ‘IN PERSON’ ASSESSMENT IS STILL NOT POSSIBLE?
We can offer seating assessments remotely.
During the various stages of ‘lockdown’ we have managed to successfully host remote seating assessments through the use of pre-recorded videos and live video calls. The short video below describes the benefits and workings of a remote seating assessment.
For more information on our remote options visit our REMOTE SUPPORT section.
WANT MORE INFORMATION?
Get in touch with us today and we would be happy to answer any questions and address any concerns you may have.
*Note - the purpose of this blog is to give an overview of the product with some tips to consider on its use. This is not intended to be a substitute for professional or medical advice, diagnosis, prescription or treatment and does not constitute medical or other professional advice. For advice with your personal health or that of someone in your care, consult your doctor or appropriate medical professional.