Holistic Approach to Aged Care Design
Author: Madlin Zamir Date Posted:7 January 2019
The Department of Health Australia has predicted that 3.5 million Australians will be accessing aged care service every year by the year 2050.
Most elderly patients in aged care often have complex health needs and many manage multiple chronic conditions that would require them to have special needs.
Patients, depending on age and symptoms can have multiple disabilities such as impaired vision, mobility or cognitive issues.
Hence, Galvin Engineering has engineered our GalvinCare® product range to factor the care needs, care preferences and expectations of the community.
This is where innovative thinking comes in fruition, meeting the requirement of building standards and client needs but also innovative thinking that tackles the needs of the industry in addition to the specific needs of patients.
At Galvin Engineering we specialise in water solutions for a healthier environment, if you would like to know more about our innovative products for accessibility and dementia please visit us at www.galvinengineering.com.au or contact our Sales Consultant in Aged Care and Dementia, Aaron Hall at email@example.com.