News posts for 'May 2023'

Sunday, June 11, 2023
Care homes differ in size and space meaning a one size fits all approach to your interior design won’t cut it. You need to make design choices that will fully optimise the space, making it a functional working environment for staff but also comfortable, secure and welcoming for residents and their families. The bedroom is no exception to this rule. Your resident’s bedroom is a high traffic space where most caring duties are likely to be carried out by staff, such as, serving food and drink, giving medication, washing the resident, tending to pressure sores, helping residents egress from bed to a chair, wheelchair and so on. It is also the space where family members are likely to spend most of their visiting time. As such, i

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Friday, May 19, 2023
Respite care is a vital service that offers temporary relief and support to caregivers who are taking care of individuals with disabilities, chronic illnesses, or special needs. It provides caregivers ...Read More?
Friday, May 12, 2023
The Difference Between a Nursing Home and a Care Home: A Guide to Elderly Care Options When it comes to caring for the elderly, there are various care home facilities available to meet their specific ...Read More?
Thursday, May 11, 2023
Designing or refurbishing your care home is often an exciting time. Choosing wallpaper designs, accessorising your space with beautiful soft furnishings, artwork, pictures, vases and trinke ...Read More?
Friday, May 5, 2023
We work with leading contract carpet suppliers to provide the correct flooring for care homes. We ensure that we only work with those who follow our precise requirements in terms of offering dementia ...Read More?
Friday, April 28, 2023
  Often people talk about the more practical dementia friendly design features. However, at Renray Healthcare we believe it is not as easy to just focus on this, we want to dig further. We ge ...Read More?
Friday, April 21, 2023
A resident with Alzheimer's may suffer frequently from anxiety. This means they become restless, causing a need to move around, or become upset in certain places or when focused on specific details. ...Read More?
Friday, April 14, 2023
Moving away from the old-fashioned view of care homes… In recent years, the perception of care homes has shifted away from its traditional image of drab and old-fashioned establishments, ...Read More?
Friday, April 7, 2023
Whether you’re planning a big Coronation party or perhaps a more understated event, here are a few ways to get the celebrations started for your residents.   1. MAKE CORONATION DECORATION ...Read More?
Friday, February 24, 2023
Investing in new care home interiors are often seen as a significant outlay which can be a struggle to justify. On the contrary investing in interiors offers a substantial return on investment. A hom ...Read More?
Friday, January 6, 2023
The Care Quality Commission recently announced changes to its assessment framework. The new assessments will be more focused on residents and people. Here are the key take-aways to help you prepare f ...Read More?

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Mental Health in Care Home Facilities

Mental Health in Care Home Facilities Care homes managers have a pivotal role in maintaining and improving the well-being of residents that includes their mental health. The progress made in society ...Read More?

Posted on 02 Oct

Days Out for the Elderly

Planning day trips and outings is a wonderful way to enhance the quality of life for seniors, especially if they’re a care home resident. Being able to experience different surroundings beyond t ...Read More?