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Energy Conservation

Saturday 18 April 2009

Walk of Fame The Department for Families and Communities has a helpful document available for download called Energy Conservation.

Here’s the document’s introduction:

“This information sheet is about helping you find ways to use your energy wisely. When you use your energy wisely and more efficiently to do the everyday things you have to do, it means you still have energy left to do the things that you want to do.

Some illnesses or injuries, such as lung or heart problems, may cause a person to fatigue easily. Also, many people find that as they age they don’t have the energy to rush around as they once could.

Listed below are some simple ideas, techniques and adaptive equipment that can be used to help you conserve your energy.”

You can download it here:

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Energy Conservation (PDF, 208KB)

Energy Conservation came from the Department’s Independent Living Centre section which has plenty of useful information and documents:

Department for Families and Communities: Independent Living Centre

 


 

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