Furniture Enhances Safety in High-Risk Environments

Posted by Karyl Walker on Tue, Jul 16, 2019 @ 11:15 AM

Professionals who interact with high-risk populations have changed their philosophies over the years in how they manage outbursts. A growing body of literature now supports only rare and minimal restraint applied exclusively to prevent harm—with a larger vision toward eliminating the use of seclusion and restraint.

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Topics: molded plastic Furniture, Health Care Furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, heavy use furniture, Health Care, high-Risk Environments

Big and Tall Healthcare Furniture Improves the Patient-Centric Experience

Posted by Karyl Walker on Tue, Apr 23, 2019 @ 01:56 PM

Whether your customers are senior care residents or behavioral health clients, the concept of patient-centric facility design has become paramount. Essentially, it means everything you do adopts its primary focus from the customer’s perspective.

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Topics: Health Care Furniture, Bariatric, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, Big and Tall Furniture

Incontinence Management for Heavy-Use Environments

Posted by Janet Voigt on Mon, Feb 25, 2019 @ 04:19 PM

 Few retailers offer self-decking but almost all contract furniture providers do.

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Topics: Health Care Furniture, Contract Furniture, Furniture For Incontinence, Contract Furniture & Fabric: Making it Last, Limited Mobility Furniture

Color Trends Can Refresh Your Design

Posted by Karyl Walker on Tue, Jan 29, 2019 @ 08:01 AM

There’s no doubt that color trends have influence on our environment. Remember the vibrant teal of the 1980s and the steely gray of the 2000s? What’s interesting is how color trends in interior design reflect the attitudes of the era as well as the users of the space.

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Topics: Health Care Furniture, Interior Design Advice of Group Living Facilities, Fabric/Upholstered Furniture for Contract, group living furniture, contract fabrics

How to Minimize Cleanup Tasks in Residential Settings.

Posted by Karyl Walker on Tue, Jan 08, 2019 @ 11:20 AM

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 39% of seniors living in residential facilities experience incontinence issues. The associated cleanup tasks aren’t limited to the senior-care market, however. Camps, retreats and behavioral health treatment centers also need to create appropriate strategies for incidents involving bodily fluids.

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Topics: Health Care Furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, Fabric/Upholstered Furniture for Contract, group living furniture, heavy duty furniture, contract fabrics

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