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Hospices take care of people at the most vulnerable stages of life, including dementia care. How can they make it easier to care for people with dementia?
We've thought of three easy ways that you can help stop falls in multi-user environments. Falls can be fatal in care environments, and they can be quite costly and time-consuming as well. These three steps will help to keep patients on their feet with dignity and comfort. Take a look!
There are a few ways to can help stop falls from bed from happening. Falls are a huge problem for people all across healthcare, and they can feel quite embarrassing for patients - never mind any injuries they can cause. Here are our 3 key things to consider in your hospice or care environment.
How could you make care environments homely? Or more cosy for patients and their families? There are a few easy steps that can be taken to make sure that anyone feels comfortable and at home whilst in your care. Take a look at our top 4 things for some interior design inspiration.
Bedrail regulations are very important in care facilities. If you don't follow them, accidents can occur and have a detrimental effect on the quality of care you provide. Find out for yourself how you can stick to bedrail regulations.
Dementia-friendly environments depend on dementia-friendly equipment. So how can you make a car environment more dementia-friendly? Take a look at the simple steps we've suggested to make any care facility more dementia-friendly than ever before.
Hospices offer some of the most dedicated and specialist care at the most difficult time of life. Remarkably, they do this for every single person in their care whether it's in the hospice itself or at home. Hospices are important for so many reasons, which is why we work with them so often.
Finding dementia-friendly equipment for hospices and hospitals can be a bit of a challenge - it needs to be subtle, homely, and functional to provide the best quality care. Read on to see what we've suggested to make your care environment as dementia-friendly as possible...