For care home facilities with residents living with dementia, designing any room to be safe, practical, and comfortable can present some difficulties. Indeed, for care homes, many of the issues revolve around creating spaces that can be considered dementia-friendly.
This is where healthcare furniture, and specifically Renray’s Dementia Care Home Furniture, comes into the conversation. By definition, this furniture is designed to provide homes with a safe interior that helps individuals with dementia to feel at ease, maintain some independence, and, ultimately, improve their well-being.
What is dementia-friendly furniture & how does it help your residents?
Examples of these products can be found in a wide range
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Upholstered furniture within care home settings, such as sofas and armchairs, require regular cleaning to aid infection control and keep your furniture looking its best.
All our furniture is designed
Designing for Dining
We explore why the design of dining rooms and the products used in them is crucial to supporting people living with dementia.
Over recent years we have explored best practise in
Roman blinds are very popular in care homes. They offer a more nuanced way of modulating sun light, offer greater privacy and the fabric design options are practically infinite.
Fitting Roman blinds