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What should I do if someone is having trouble standing up?
Loosen restrictive clothing and take any glasses the person is wearing off. Roll the person on one side to prevent aspiration. Place a small pillow (or even a sweater, for instance) under the head and ease them from a standing or sitting position to the floor. Don’t move the person unless he or she is in immediate danger.
What should I do if someone is in a wheelchair?
If the person is in a wheelchair, put the brakes on and leave any seatbelt or harness on. Support them gently and cushion their head, but do not try to move them. Do not put anything in their mouth, including your fingers. They should not have any food or drink until they have fully recovered.
What to do when your child has a screaming fit?
So when your son has a screaming fit, I would close him in his room (been there, done that too) and leave him until he is ready to calm down. It’s okay to check on him but don’t give him a lot of attention while he’s screaming. Do give him the attention when he is calming down.
What should I do if a colleague faints at work?
If a colleague or an employee faints at work then here鈥檚 what you should do: Place the casualty on the floor with legs raised allowing blood to flow back to the brain. Note any change in the colour of their face and for any signs of recovery. Slacken any tight or restrictive clothing Ensure plenty of fresh air around the casualty