Many individuals receiving care in the hospital or in another less restrictive medical facility following a prolonged illness or injury have their mobility impacted. Patients may become frustrated when they cannot move as much as they want or expect. Often, mobility and ambulation recovery includes the support of nursing professionals skilled in lifting, moving, and supporting an individual with limited mobility. Some individuals may also need help with basic needs because they no longer possess enough movement control to successfully manage their hygiene and daily tasks without assistance. This course discusses how nursing professionals can support individuals with mobility and ambulation issues, including minimal support as well as more extensive lifting and transferring needs.