Offering a Personal Touch in the New Year

Posted by Karyl Walker on Wed, Dec 23, 2020 @ 09:49 AM

Unfortunately, we just cannot sugar coat it: 2020 has been quite a trying year. None of us has been left unscathed. The most serious public health crisis in modern history has descended upon us bringing hardship and uncertainty. In these trying times, one must always search for the silver lining and for us, it is the ultimate reminder of how much we all rely and thrive on human connection. At Furniture Concepts, we will use that knowledge to guide us as we chart an exciting course for 2021.

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Topics: Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, Summer Camp Furniture, Limited Mobility Furniture, Furniture Tips, high-Risk Environments

Furniture Designed with Seniors in Mind

Posted by Karyl Walker on Fri, May 31, 2019 @ 03:37 PM

The U.S. population is growing, and our overall age profile tends to be older now than in years past. Remember when a 100th birthday celebration used to qualify for a segment on the local TV news? Today, there are so many centenarians, your evening broadcast could easily be nothing but birthdays.  

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Topics: Contract Furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, Limited Mobility Furniture, Furniture for Seniors

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

The Right Furniture Can Make Behavioral Health Facilities Safer.

Posted by Janet Voigt on Tue, Dec 12, 2017 @ 04:14 PM

Behavioral healthcare furniture needs to support your efforts to help your consumers heal, while keeping everyone safe.

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Topics: molded plastic Furniture, Health Care Furniture, Adolescent Treatment Centers, Extreme-Use Furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, heavy use furniture, heavy duty furniture, Limited Mobility Furniture, Furniture for Treament Centers, ligature-Resistant Furniture

Furniture for disabled adults and what to look for when buying

Posted by Janet Voigt on Thu, Jul 14, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

There really isn’t a “one size fits all” option for furniture. Finding the right furniture options for a facility depends on the people that will end up using those chairs, tables, and other furnishings. When it comes to ordering group living and health care furniture that encourages maximum independence, your furniture needs to combine both style and substance.

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Topics: Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, Limited Mobility Furniture

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