Colours can have a major impact on our mood and emotional wellbeing. This is because we associate certain colours with different moods, especially when we’re noticing them regularly. It’s why the look of a room can be so important to our Mental Health, and for Care Home residents, it can go a long way to supporting comfort and notions of safety.
So, with that in mind, here are six options to improve senior rooms and care home colour schemes.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, yellow can make a senior room feel warm and sunny. In turn, these can often lead to feelings of happiness and serenity. It’s a great choice in rooms that care home residents tend to spend their mornings or evenings, as during the winter mo
Physical fitness provides benefits at any age but the health advantages for more active older adults, seniors and Care Home residents are arguably more pronounced. It can mean more independence for so
In the healthcare sector, indeed in any sector that is conscious about hygiene, antimicrobial materials are essential. Unlike antibacterial surfaces, which only destroy or limit the growth of bacteria
You may be considering getting a hospital bed for your home if you or a loved one requires additional support, or you’re preparing for discharge from a medical facility. Hospital beds offer esse
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