The Samurai Caregiver

Oh My Aching Back – No More!

Posted on: May 8, 2018

Caregivers must take care of themselves too. Sounds simple enough, but is rarely followed. Wanting to be there , uncompromisingly and unconditionally for your care recipient can sometimes , innocently and unintentionally, result in injury to the caregiver. And when we go “ouch”, it’s usually not a good sign.

What’s a CG to do? šŸ˜¦

Well, how about a multi-positional, automated bed, for the care recipient that must be repositioned 24/7/365 , every two hours ( per standard, current protocols) that may prevent pressure ulcers and provides much comfort to your care recipient? One , Yes, Does EXIST! It’s called the PreVenta bed and needs your assistance with bringing it to a hospital or a loved one, in or your near you home!

Join hands (with needed donation from you) with BedLab. Read more about this innovative technology at the above link and at – and get ready to smile, uncontrollably and clap raucously ‘like nobody’s watching you”!


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Sybil L. Ingram, MBA, Ph.D.

Dr. Sybil Ingram is a respected and experienced professional in the areas of healthcare information systems and regulatory compliance issues with significant knowledge on INFOSEC, NIST, FISA, FISMA, CFR 210,211 & 820 as well as Lifespan Respite Care Act regulations. With over twenty years of healthcare experience, she has been one of the nation's foremost speakers and active consultants for the HIPAA implementation challenges, addressing all major aspects of the Administrative Simplification Subtitle and affected entities/stakeholders. Dr. Ingram has served as a clinician, clinical researcher and instructor, emergency preparedness and readiness specialist as well as serving as an independent validation and verification compliance manager for multiple national providers of healthcare services. She has held key positions for healthcare industry leaders such as HBOC/McKesson, Johnson & Johnson, Abbott Labs, the Georgia Technology Authority and the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC). In addition, Dr. Ingram is nationally board certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, a former associate with the American College of Healthcare Executives, founder of Ingram And Associates, a certified INFOSEC professional by the Information Security And Audit Control Association and the US National Security Agency. As a volunteer, she is an active senior Georgia state representative for the National Family Caregivers Association and has an inventor's patent (pending) registered with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Organization. Dr. Ingram speaks nationally and internationally on topics that address information privacy and security as well as family care giving issues.

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