Hemi Arm Protocol
Management of the Hemiplegic-Arm: Implementing a Best Practice Protocol
Introduction: Purpose of the Protocol & Getting Started
Appendix A: Best Practice Guidelines for the Management of the Hemiplegic Arm: A Positioning and Handling Protocol in an Acute Care Setting.
Appendix B : Powerpoint Presentation: Hemiplegic Shoulder Presentation for staff education sessions
Appendix C: Job Aid: Positioning Hemiplegic Arm; Lying on Hemiplegic Side; and Lying on Unaffected Side (Right & Left)
Appendix D: Job Aid: Independent Transfer of a Stroke Patient Standing up from a Chair (Right and Left)
Appendix E: Job Aid: Two Person Transfer of a Stroke Patient (Right and Left)
Appendix F: Job Aid: Two Person Transfer of a Stroke Patient using a Transfer Belt (Right and Left)
Appendix G: Job Aid: Single Person Transfer of a Stroke Patient (Right and Left)
Appendix H: Job Aid: Arm Sling (Right and Left)
Appendix I : Sample Audit
Appendix J : Powerpoint Presentation: Background Information – Management of the Hemiplegic Arm: Implementing a Best Practice Protocol.
*Please note the content of this package including photographs were based on the equipment likely to be available across a broad range of settings.
*We would ask that credit be given to the Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network if there is any adaptation to the contents of this package.
For more information or if you are interested in purchasing this package please contact:
Jean Morrow, Regional Stroke Education Coordinator: email@example.com
Lyndsey Butler, Regional Rehabilitation Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org