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If you see a client falling, do not try to stop the fall.
A transfer belt is only used if the client needs extensive help to transfer or walk.
During a transfer, do not have a client put his/her arms on your:
There is little you can do as a caregiver to reduce the risk of a client falling.
When helping a client to walk, you should walk slightly behind a client and on:
If a client has fallen and is injured:
Proper body mechanics mean you lift with your: