DMI Cotton famous Physical Therapy Gait Transfer Belt with Handles DMI Cotton famous Physical Therapy Gait Transfer Belt with Handles Health Household , Medical Supplies Equipment , Mobility Daily Living Aids,with,chatbot-strategie.com,Cotton,/placet1854703.html,Transfer,Therapy,$11,Physical,Belt,DMI,Gait,Belt,Handles $11 DMI Cotton Physical Therapy Gait Belt Transfer Belt with Handles Health Household Medical Supplies Equipment Mobility Daily Living Aids Health Household , Medical Supplies Equipment , Mobility Daily Living Aids,with,chatbot-strategie.com,Cotton,/placet1854703.html,Transfer,Therapy,$11,Physical,Belt,DMI,Gait,Belt,Handles $11 DMI Cotton Physical Therapy Gait Belt Transfer Belt with Handles Health Household Medical Supplies Equipment Mobility Daily Living Aids

DMI Cotton famous Physical Therapy Gait Albuquerque Mall Transfer Belt with Handles

DMI Cotton Physical Therapy Gait Belt Transfer Belt with Handles

$11

DMI Cotton Physical Therapy Gait Belt Transfer Belt with Handles

|||

Product description

Size:50 Long

DMI Cotton Patient Ambulation Gait Belt

This cotton gait belt makes it easier on your back when you move patients from place to place. And it’s adjustable for a custom fit. The convenient hand holds on each side help you to get a good grip in order to more safely and easily move the person. The handy snap-to-close buckle makes it simple to snap shut. To use: place the belt around the person’s waist over their clothing with the hand holds on each side. Snap the buckle closed. You’re ready to move the person.

What is a Gait Belt?

A gait belt is a safety device used to help someone move, such as from a bed to a chair. The belt is also used to help hold someone up while he walks, if he is too weak to walk on his own. The gait belt helps you provide support and helps prevent a fall. It also decreases your risk for a back injury while you help the person move or walk. (Source: Drugs.com)

Features

  • This cotton gait belt makes it easier and safer to hold patients up while they walk or move them from place to place: wheelchair to bed, car, bath chair, commode, etc. 
  • The convenient hand holds on each side will help you get a good grip and save you from trying to lift the person by the arms. 
  • To use: place the belt around the person’s waist over their clothing with the hand holds on each side. Snap the buckle closed. You’re ready to move the person.
  • Adjustable for a custom fit; hand holds offer a variety of holding positions. Convenient snap-to-close buckle makes it easy to snap shut.
  • Made of heavy-duty 2-inch cotton webbing; machine washable

DMI Cotton Physical Therapy Gait Belt Transfer Belt with Handles

Welcome to The Free Family Tree, growing stronger since 2008.
  1. Together we're growing an accurate single family tree using DNA and traditional genealogical sources.
  2. Microscope for Kids, Microscope Science Kit for Beginners Educat enable us to integrate modern family history.
  3. Extraordinary protections ensure that our shared tree will never be lost.
  4. Everything is 100% free including many benefits for genealogists who sign our Honor Code.
Our tree includes 28,149,950 profiles (8,738,081 with DNA test connections) edited by 843,455 genealogists from around the world.
GET STARTED

New & Notable

Profile of the Week: 17th-century Dutch-Moroccan pirate Jan Janszoon van Haerlem, aka Reis Mourad the Younger. Which pirate or privateer is your closest connection?

Last week: Richard the Lionheart, born 8 September 1157. Which castle builder is your closest connection?

Recently:

[more examples of profiles]

 

Photo of the Week: Betty, Robin & Kim Dodge. Photo uploaded by Robin (Dodge) Shaules. [more family history photos]

Big news! "WikiTree Challenge Breaks 500th Brick Wall for Guest Stars"

See what our community discovered about the roots of our special guest star Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., host of PBS TV's "Finding Your Roots," and dozens of other leading genealogists in our special WikiTree Challenge.
 

Member of the Week: Rob Graham recently completed the Scotland Project's "Tartan Trail" learning program under the personal tutelage of trail guide Bobbie Madison. Now he's leading the Dumfriesshire Geographical Team and the Transfer Belt Fle to unlock - 55" holds up 500 LBS - or Lifting.

"WikiTree taught me most of what I know of genealogy and continues to be a source of both knowledge and inspiration. The Tartan Trail was a wonderful experience."

Last week: Dagmar Thorisdottir, an Iceland Project coordinator and the leader of a one name study for Zuch.

"Genealogy used to be a very solitary hobby. Now I seem to be working with somebody on just about all my projects. ... And I love helping people find their ancestors. I've actually broken down a few walls for other people."

[more members & member quotes]

See GenealogyTV's new video tour: "How to Use WikiTree."

For a deeper look, see the "Welcome to WikiTree" video series by a member.

A member's introduction in verse: "One tree, two tree ...".

This week's G2G themes:

  • Profile accuracy: On the Farm. Choose a profile that fits the theme and checks its accuracy.
  • Family photos: Boys. Share a photo from your family collection.
Share just this week, or share every week to earn badges.
 
"It's been wonderful to experience how collaborative genealogy in WikiTree makes all of us better genealogists. Collaboration on our shared ancestors encourages us to share information and to hold each other to high standards." Ellen Smith
member since 2014