In this issue: Can texting and cuing a client for comfort, security and supervision be considered attendant care, including: Attendant care via remote cueing and prompting, Form 1 and intermittent care, Case laws, Literature review: "The role of telehealth in providing attendant care services to individuals with disabilities", "Assistive technology and attendant care: A review of the literature", and "Telecare for people with intellectual disabilities: A systematic review"
In this issue: Using remote cueing and prompting to support daily routines, including: Remote cueing and prompting, Simplify daily routines, Attention to health needs, Mental health support, Executive functioning, "Second brain"
In this issue: Importance of a daily routine for mental health and function, including: Establishing structure and stability, Establishing healthy lifestyle, Managing stress and anxiety, Boosting productivity, Routines and cognitive health, Self-care routine
In this issue: Sleep Strategies After a Motor Vehicle Accident, including: Difficulty sleeping, Identifying sleep problems, Effects of poor sleep, Sleep hygiene, Strategies for good sleep, Why sleep is important
In this issue: Attendant Care through, SABS Ontario, What is attendant care?, What is a Form 1?, Role of Occupational Therapist, Levels of attendant care, Benefits of attendant care, and CAT or non-CAT?
Being involved in an accident can be a traumatic andoverwhelming experience and navigating the statutoryaccident benefits system (SABS) in Ontario can beconfusing and stressful. This pamphlet is designed to provide you with a general overview of the SABS and the benefits that are available to you, as well as tips on how to navigate the process.