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Dementia Furniture Designed with Quality and Style in Mind

Dementia Furniture Designed with Quality and Style in Mind

By on Dec 13, 2017 in News | Furniture for Care Homes | 0 comments

In the UK, many people are living longer lives; this is linked to a rise in cases of dementia nationally. Some estimates say that there will be over a million individuals living with dementia by 2025. With an ageing population which is set to increase and grow in the coming decades, there has been an increased need for specially designed dementia furniture. Currently, 1 in 6 adults over the age of 80 live with a degree of dementia; this condition can make everyday life a little more challenging for the individuals themselves as well as their friends, families, and care teams. Carefully designed dementia furniture by Hill & Hill can help mitigate these challenges. A Complete Range of Dementia Furniture for the Care Home Setting Our close knit team have worked in the furniture and furnishing industry for decades, and have a wealth of experience when it comes to designing and manufacturing dementia furniture with a stylish and boutique look. What’s more, they also have a keen eye for detail and are passionate about interior design. This means they are fully prepared to help you plan your refurbishments and can offer advice on getting the most out of your new dementia furniture for the bedroom, dining room, or living spaces. The dementia-friendly furniture we supply is perfect for refurbishing all environments; from a single room, to an entire chain of care homes, we take care of it all. An ever-popular option for bedrooms is the Hockley range. It is available as single items such as wardrobes, bedside lockers, headboards and chests of drawers; alternatively, you can purchase it as a bedroom suite. Contact Us for More Information on Our Dementia Furniture If you are looking to update your care home with a fresh new look and high quality dementia furniture, then don’t hesitate to give us a call to discuss your...

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Make Each Day Easier with Dementia Furniture

Make Each Day Easier with Dementia Furniture

By on Jul 30, 2016 in News | Furniture for Care Homes | 0 comments

At Hill and Hill, we understand how difficult living with dementia can be for both the sufferer and their loved ones which is why we supply dementia furniture which is designed to make living with dementia more manageable. We ensure that our dementia furniture is comfortable, homey and that it makes being independent more possible. We pride ourselves on the fact that over the last 10 years, we have helped many care homes transform their interior with new furnishings which have drastically improved the quality of their residents’ lives.   Why Choose dementia furniture from Hill & Hill? We understand the needs of your residents and have designed unique dementia furniture which helps to make life easier. Dementia sufferers can experience confusion and disorientation on a regular basis, therefore the interior design of a room can impact their lives enormously. For this reason, our dementia furniture is designed to incorporate familiar sights, styles and objects. One of our most popular ranges is the Reminiscence dementia furniture which replicates décor from the 1950’s to create a calming and familiar environment for dementia sufferers and their loved ones.  In addition to replicating familiar décor, our dementia furniture also features easy to access, open storage space so that sufferers can see, touch and access clothing and belongings easily without stress. Our Hockley Bedroom Dementia Furniture is a perfect example of the easy to access dementia furniture that we supply to care home across the UK. CONTACT US TODAY FOR DEMENTIA FURNITURE: Dementia can be a very disorientating and scary illness, for this reason, we have made it our goal to create furnishings that make your care home feel as homey as possible. All of our dementia furniture is tailored to your residents needs to make living each day easier and more enjoyable. Every piece also complies with the latest safety regulations. To find out more about a dementia furniture range, please feel free to contact us...

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Make Precious Memories Last Longer With Dementia Furniture

Make Precious Memories Last Longer With Dementia Furniture

By on Oct 27, 2015 in News | Furniture for Care Homes | 0 comments

We understand how difficult dementia can be for both the sufferer and their loved ones which is why our care home furniture has been designed to promote independence amongst sufferers by stimulating the memory. We have a huge range to choose from in an increasing variety of styles and we are fast becoming the number one choice for care home furniture in the UK. Hill and Hill have helped hundreds of nursing homes and care homes transform their interiors with new furnishings and at the same time, improve the quality of their resident’s lives. Why Choose Dementia Furniture? Our dementia furniture is designed specifically to help make life easier for sufferers. Something as simple as the tone of colour can make all the difference to someone’s quality of life by making it easier to complete everyday tasks independently. Our dementia furniture offers visual and physical cues to aid this independence, while also being designed to look great. We have a huge range of styles available including full suites or individual pieces available. We also offer bigger discounts if you are looking to furnish your entire nursing home along with a free design consultation. Order Your Dementia Furniture Today We have made it our mission to create true home-from-home environments tailored to the specific needs of care home residents suffering with dementia all over the UK. Hill and Hill have built our reputation through decades of consistently excellent service and even better products. Our dementia furniture is made from using only the very best materials by experienced manufacturers while also complying with the very latest safety regulations. If you would like to know more about our dementia furniture or any of our other products, please don’t hesitate to contact us today for more...

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World Alzheimer’s Month – Everything you need to know about our Dementia Furniture

World Alzheimer’s Month – Everything you need to know about our Dementia Furniture

By on Sep 15, 2015 in News | Furniture for Care Homes | 0 comments

September is World Alzheimer’s Month and 2015 will mark the fourth global world Alzheimer’s month – an international campaign to raise awareness of the illness. Alzheimer’s is a brain disorder and is the most common form of dementia. It’s thought that over 80% of residents in care homes are suffering from some form of dementia or severe memory impairment and it’s essential that your care home is tailored to the needs of these residents. Our Range of Dementia Furniture The designers of our dementia furniture have spent time with carers and members of the Alzheimer’s society to develop furniture which can help sufferers lead independent lives for longer, as well as help carers look after their patients to the highest standard. Our dementia care range includes our Hockley Dementia bedroom furniture as well as a range of reminiscence pieces. Hockley dementia furniture is designed with practicality in mind and combines comfort, safety and functionality. It features open hanging space and scooped drawer front to help residents identify the contents of their storage and open them easily. The bedroom package includes everything you may need to decorate a bedroom including bedside cupboards, chest of drawers, wardrobe, chair, quilted bed runner, scatter cushion and curtains. Our reminiscence dementia furniture has a firm focus on eliciting memories of the past, and works on the idea that this will make residents feel comfortable. Dementia furniture is a recognised technique in a dementia care and designed in a 50s style to give your care home a fashionable yet authentic feel. Choose from a range of stunning chairs and furniture, in incredible materials. Find out more about our Dementia furniture: If you would like to find out more about our dementia furniture then please browse our products online of get in touch with a member of our...

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Benefits of Dementia Furniture

By on May 14, 2015 in News | Furniture for Care Homes | 0 comments

Hill and Hill are leading suppliers of dementia furniture for care homes in the UK. We understand the design of a room and the furniture dementia sufferers use can have a massive impact on their lives. Symptoms of confusion and memory loss can be lessened with the use of our specially designed dementia furniture and promote independence for as long as possible. Familiar sights and objects that stimulate memory are key in looking after dementia sufferers and our furniture is designed with that in mind.     Choose Hill & Hill Dementia Furniture We have a wide range of products designed to help dementia sufferers. Our furniture features high contrast colours which makes it easier to use and less confusing. Contrasting colours help give dementia and alzheimer’s sufferers a sense of depth within a room making it easier for them to coordinate their movements. It also helps highlight any potential hazards within an area, and our dementia furniture is made to minimise the risk of accidents. We also have a range of helpful labels too, which again promotes independence as it allows for easier navigation within a persons own space. Dementia furniture not only helps the sufferer, but also the carer by making life easier for both parties. Talk to us About Dementia Furniture Today Dementia is a difficult time for the sufferer as well as their friends and family. Any little thing that can make this time easier has been welcomed by nursing homes across the UK. Our dementia furniture is a functional, stylish way to help sufferers through the very hardest of times. We have an excellent track record in providing nursing home furniture and we are priced very competitively. If there is anything else you would like to know, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our dementia furniture experts today....

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