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 maintained by effective and tailored care plans, created to match the individual’s needs-both physical and emotional. Ensuring resident comfort, from their bedroom to dining and lounge areas, is crucial for providing quality care.
Depending on how social, mobile or well a person is, their bedroom may be the spot where they spend the most time. The bed and chair are the main places to offer postural support and comfort to for at least a third of their day, seven days a week. So providing furniture that offers comfort and good positionin
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