COVID-19: Safety Tools for Infection Control

A complication of COVID-19’s viral infection is respiratory compromise, notably poor oxygenation and in worst cases, respiratory failure. Positioning in prone, or belly down, improves oxygenation. Use of training schedules, even for persons not intubated and in severe respiratory failure, have shown anecdotal benefit during this pandemic. Proning slings are ideal for turning to sideways

Creating a More Comfortable Environment

A recent report Professor Alan Pert in “The Conversation” addressed the idea that architecture, or the way that a property is built, might be able to change the way that people feel. According to Pert, some people are naturally more sensitive to the way a place feels than others. This is an aspect of the

HLS Healthcare Proud Supporters of Able Australia

HLS Healthcare Proud Supporters of Able Australia Able Australia’s – Day Centre is on a mission is to reach out to people with multiple disabilities including deafblindness, supporting them in achieving self-fulfillment and connection with the greater community. One person the Able Australia – Day Centre hosts regularly is Bradley, Bradley loves cooking. But it’s