Coronavirus has left an incredibly heavy toll on both care residents and staff in the sector. Indeed, the pandemic has resulted in many considerations on healthcare, including reassessments on what the future of support for elderly people could look like. Alongside the current situation, advancements in nursing home technology, as well as long-standing issues surrounding an ageing population, mean that the future of senior care is as relevant as ever.
So, what might this look like?
A Reversal in Planning & Faster Care Reform
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Using good furniture to promote wellness
Resident wellbeing is linked to their overall physical, mental, social, and emotional state and it is of paramount importance to care homes. Wellbeing must be