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This week’s FIM topic was Lower Body Dressing. Don’t forget to message us or comment your answers each week, we will send you a little thank you in the mail for participating. Here is the answer:
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This week’s FIM: Lower Body Dressing

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– If a patient requires only prior preparation (e.g. getting clothes out of the closet, putting clothes away, applying a prosthesis or orthosis) or supervision (including cueing, coaxing, instructions or encouragement), rate the patient level 5, Supervision/Setup.

– Antiembolic stockings are considered an orthosis. If a helper applies the stockings, rate the patient level 5, Supervision/Setup.

– If a helper provides minimal or incidental assistance while the patient dresses or undresses the lower body (e.g. buttoning pants, zipping a zipper, fastening a belt, tying shoelaces, applying one sock or applying one shoe), rate the patient level 4, Minimal Assist.

– If a patient puts on pants and underwear and requires assistance to put on shoes and socks, then the patient is performing 50% of the dressing activity for the lower body and requires assistance from a helper. Rate the patient Level 3, Moderate Assist.

– If a helper puts on a patient’s underwear, pants and socks, after which the patient slips on shoes and socks, the helper performs more than half the effort. Rate the patient Level 2, Maximal Assist

– If a patient performs less than 25% of the activity – for example, only rolling from side to side, or bridging as a helper completed dressing the lower body, rate the patient Level 1, Total Assist.

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