moderate assistance

mod·er·ate as·sis·tance

(mod'ĕr-ăt ă-sis'tăns)
Application of support or assistance at two points of contact by one or more people to enable a patient to perform a desired activity safely; caregivers supply 25-75% of needed effort.
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If the machinery of the Law could be depended on to fathom every case of suspicion, and to conduct every process of inquiry, with moderate assistance only from the lubricating influences of oil of gold, the events which fill these pages might have claimed their share of the public attention in a Court of Justice.
Ogg's, with a striking person, which had the advantage of being quite unfamiliar to the majority of beholders, and with such moderate assistance of costume as you have seen foreshadowed in Lucy's anxious colloquy with aunt Pullet, Maggie was certainly at a new starting-point in life.
In the beginning, he was able to ambulate 100 feet using a quad cane with moderate assistance. He could transfer from wheelchair to bed with moderate assistance.
She was able to get out of bed and ambulate 4 to 5 feet with moderate assistance to and from the bedside commode.
She initially required maximal assistance for sit-to-stand (HD 11) but was able to come to stand with moderate assistance, and maintain standing with minimum assistance.
They're also ideal for the person who uses a walker and needs moderate assistance.
Survey data reviewed following program implementation of the notebook system showed moderate assistance for the targeted students.
* Moderate assistance to domestic performance from trends in international commodity prices.
By treatment number 20, the patient had progressed to ambulation of 6.1 m with a WBQC but still required moderate assistance of 2 physical therapists.
required moderate assistance for supine to sit and contact guard assist for sit to stand when performing bed mobility.