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

Offer Peace in the New Year

Posted by Karyl Walker on Thu, Dec 13, 2018 @ 02:11 PM

As the year winds down, you’re probably seeking out a few traditional moments of peace. Whether it’s holiday gatherings with family or annual reflections on your professional accomplishments, setting worries aside is a universally healing experience.

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Topics: Furniture for Treament Centers, Sober Living Furniture, Plastic Furniture, molded plastic Furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, Extreme-Use Furniture, Adolescent Treatment Centers, Health Care Furniture, anti-ligature furniture

Back to Basics in Heavy Duty Furniture

Posted by Janet Voigt on Wed, Oct 31, 2018 @ 03:59 PM
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Topics: Health Care Furniture, Furniture For Incontinence, durable furniture, Contract Furniture, Bariatric, Contract Bedroom Furniture

Why Contract Furniture?

Posted by Karyl Walker on Mon, Jul 02, 2018 @ 08:51 PM

Maybe you’re new in this field or maybe you’ve been working in it for years but this is the first time you’ve been tasked with ordering new furniture for your facility. No big deal, everyone has bought furniture before—you go online or you go to the store, you pick out what you want, maybe from a show floor or maybe from a catalog, and within a matter of days, a week or two at most, bam, you’ve got a new room. Hold up there! What works for the average buyer of residential furniture won’t work for a facility with special needs.

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Topics: Contract Furniture, Health Care Furniture, Group Furniture Buying Advice, Furniture For Incontinence

Patient Populations With Incontinence

Posted by Janet Voigt on Fri, Jan 26, 2018 @ 08:36 AM

Furniture offers a surprising number of ways to help staff manage patient or consumer incontinence with dignity.

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Topics: Furniture For Incontinence, Health Care Furniture

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