The way you lie is the way you sit. And the way you sit often dictates what you can do, the things you can enjoy, and the extent to which you can participate.
Lying forms a foundation for sitting, the two are inextricably linked but where the lying posture goes the seated posture is sure to follow.
Join Sarah Clayton, in our next webinar with Simple Stuff Works, as she outlines the patterns of distortion associated with different lying postures. We will also explore ways in which we can communicate the relationship between sitting and lying with those providing hands on care and support.
During the second part of the session we will consider the different elements of postural care provision that need to be in place in order to offer an effective service.
Please come willing to share your experiences, successes (and failures) and we will be sure to learn from one another.