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CASE IN POINT A care provider explains how they learnt the hard way
WHAT’S NEW? Discover the latest news, developments, innovations and legislations from the forefront of the industry.
10 QUESTIONS Answering our ten questions in this issue, we have
Meghan Young, Care Consultant at OLM. She shares how care has always been a huge passion of hers and the lessons she has learnt over her career.
WHAT YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR Aſter months of anticipation, we can finally reveal the full top ten winners of the Tomorrow’s Care Awards 2019!
THE PERFECT COMBINATION Chicopee discusses how a floor cleaning routine which
incorporates both wet cleaning and dry mopping can deliver better results in care environments.
FURNITURE & INTERIORS
COLLABORATIVE CARE Exemplar Health Care has seen first-hand the benefits
that involving service users in the interior design process can have.
TRUE COLOURS Lisa Pilley, Colour Consultant at Dulux Trade, explains
how colour can play many roles when it comes to enhancing a space suitable for those living with dementia.
SMARTEN UP Diversey introduces its new Internet of Clean service,
IntelliLinen, and explains how it can enhance on-premise laundry (OPL) operations within care environments.
DRY YOUR BEST Find out how Electrolux helped a trusted retirement
facility to improve the efficiency and speed of its laundry service.
SAFETY & SECURITY
ALWAYS ON CALL Andrew Bray, Associate and Healthcare Lead, and Dan
Sullivan, Senior Electrical Design Engineer, from Ridge outline the latest advances in safety and security systems.
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what can happen when safety measures aren’t up to standard, and how Pinpoint helped to change things for them.
AN ALARMING SITUATION Experts from Pinpoint address the worrying statistics of
attacks on healthcare workers and explain how these numbers can be reduced with the use of personal attack alarms.
TAKING BACK CONTROL Alice Bateman, Service Manager at Optalis Occupational
Therapy, talks in-depth about the role of an occupational therapist in supporting people with a disability.
LET THERE BE LIGHT Stuart Reynolds, Head of Product and Marketing at
AKW, discusses how lighting can play a vital role in ensuring that bathrooms are accessible for those with disabilities.
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