Assessments are a huge part of Wealden Rehab’s service, we find that this is the best way of finding the correct product for your client and helping to develop working relationships.
Because of this we are trying to improve the quality of our assessments, moving forward we will be submitting the following questions via a meeting calendar request. This will mean, you will have a reminder send to you regarding your appointment which will go straight into your diary (so no more forgotten appointments) and the product advisor will have all the information required in order to establish which product will suit your client best.
Information required before date of assessment:
- Height and weight of client:
- Measurements: seat depth, width and height (for seating and shower chair assessments):
- How does the client currently transfer?
- Current piece of equipment being used:
- Describe your goals to be achieved:
If you are booking over the phone or via email, we ask that you provide a current email address and a mobile number (if possible) so we can contact you on the day if necessary.
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