Meeting Diverse Demands Will Be Essential in the New Year

Posted by Ashley Martin on Fri, Jan 07, 2022 @ 09:15 AM

Making predictions for the new year always proves dicey, and forecasting how 2022 will unfold is no exception. Just as we began to think we'd be moving out of COVID's pandemic stage by early next year, Omicron threw in new uncertainty. This comes at a time when managers in group-living environments already face growing expectations from patients and their families.

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Offer an Extra Helping of Support During the Holidays

Posted by Tiffany Fenner on Fri, Dec 10, 2021 @ 09:53 AM

Media messages try to envelop all of the holiday season into one loving Hallmark moment, but this doesn't match the reality many of your clients' experience. The holidays can be a trying time for those struggling with illness and recovery, with a swirl of emotions creating something of a “Bermuda Triangle” around Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year. Add to the mix the lingering anxiety around COVID-19, and this could prove to be an extremely stressful period for patients and staff alike.

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Comfortable Meeting Spaces Promote Patient Recovery

Posted by Karyl Walker on Tue, May 25, 2021 @ 01:35 PM

If we ever needed a reminder that we are social beings who thrive on connection, the past year's events gave us unmistakable proof. As staggering as the effect of social isolation has been on all of us, we can't forget the toll it has taken on those who were already facing serious health challenges. Leaders in behavioral health often say recovery is about connection, which is why offering safe and comfortable spaces for patients to interact should be part of any healing environment.

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Make Behavioral Health Common Areas Inviting and Safe.

Posted by Karyl Walker on Wed, Aug 19, 2020 @ 09:53 AM

Common spaces in healthcare facilities have undergone a major transformation, driven by a desire to establish a more welcoming experience for patients. In behavioral health and addiction treatment centers, the effort to create a healing and aesthetically pleasing environment also must maintain a focus on safety.
Open concept community spaces can serve multiple functions — enhancing the therapeutic process, ensuring consistent monitoring of patients, and promoting patient interaction. These spaces should be designed to limit the potential for crowding, which can trigger stress reactions in patients. Safety glass partitions can offer separation without blocking natural light, a key feature of healing environments. Community spaces also should always be designed with ease of patient navigation in mind.

Soothing colors, soft artwork and natural textures all have a calming influence on individuals who have faced major disruption in their lives. Spaces with open access to the outdoors also have become an important feature in many behavioral health facilities. These components of inviting spaces can reduce the risk of patient incidents fueled by anxiety.

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Your Business Plan Must Include Furniture Investment

Posted by Karyl Walker on Tue, Jul 23, 2019 @ 03:33 PM

In the business world, the hunt for revenue never stops. You’re always on task to acquire new customers and clients, while keeping up relationships with the existing ones. And once the revenue hits the books, you need to make the most of it, whether that means investments in personnel or infrastructure, paying down some debt or chalking up hard-earned profits. 

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