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We offer a selection of Nitrile gloves, vinyl gloves, protective gowns and face masks including: Transparent masks which are ideal for the deaf and hard of hearing as well as helping communication for teachers, speech therapists, interpreters, in care homes and in any case where communication is affected by not being able to see the mouth.
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Read our latest articles on PPE (personal protective equipment) and the global Coronavirus – COVID-19 pandemic. Medicshield provide information and advice on the prevention and control of the virus and current news about the Coronavirus.
While many physical therapy units were closed during the earlier stages of the coronavirus pandemic, many have recently started to re-open. The prevalence of coronavirus means that PPE supplies become a necessity in medical settings that didn’t really previously require it. Physical therapists are some of those who have been affected by this change. So, what are some of the essential components of physical therapists PPE?
PPE Equipment has become increasingly important in all kind of sectors since the coronavirus pandemic started. While face masks, nitrile gloves and the like were once only really used by doctors, dentists and nurses, we’re now seeing that access to proper PPE (personal protective equipment) is vital for all kinds of professionals. One profession where PPE has becoming important is massage therapy. But what exactly does massage therapists PPE consist of?
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, face masks have become a common site in all sorts of situations. While it has been difficult for most people to adjust to wearing masks, members of the deaf community and those who are hard of hearing have been faced with some specific problems. Lip reading in masks can be an extremely challenging task, meaning that people living with deafness and hearing loss have been faced with new communication challenges since the arrival of Covid-19.
Adjusting to wearing facemasks as personal protective equipment while doing everyday tasks such as grocery shopping has been difficult for everyone. For the deaf and hard of hearing community, however, the sudden requirement to wear masks everywhere has posed some unique challenges. Here are some of the challenges that Covid-19 has brought about specifically for those who are deaf and hard of hearing.