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Choosing an Aged Care Facility: Safety and Accessibility

Posted by on Jun 5, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Check the residential aged care facility as well for safety and accessibility. As much as possible, you’ll want a facility with minimal stairs (none if possible) or any other structure that will make it difficult for the patients to move around. See if the walkways are spacious enough. If you can find a facility with rubber flooring or is carpeted, you may want to consider this since it offers better protection against slips and can cushion falls better than tiles or hardwood floors. Check the bedrooms as well, and how secure the cabinets and drawers are for the patient’s valuables....

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