True Doors ® decals are person centred care solutions to improve quality of life for elders with dementia, while also transforming cold institutional spaces into warm and familiar homely environments.
Residents' identities are brought to the fore. Reminiscence and social interaction is stimulated. People recognise and find their own doors. Privacy and sense of safety increases. Facilities feel more like homes.
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From nursing staff, family members and people with dementia.
Nothing has changed, the door is still exacly like it was before. She recognizes her door and sometimes talks about the past. I do get the feeling she is more at ease now that she has her own door. Also, she now locks the door whenever she leaves.- | A family member of a resident at Woonzorggroep Samen Noorderlicht in Hippolytushoef
I believe it gives both residents and their families a more warm and welcoming environment to come into and the True Doors give the residents comfort in knowing they are at home and the door is unique to them, rather than the generic facility door. Overall I think it is a wonderful addition.- Simran Sandhu | Member of staff at Mercy Health Mercy Health Bethlehem Home for the Aged in Victoria, Australia
A resident was so happy with his True Door that he kept on saying "This is my door!". Another resident has a name tag on his door. He loves it and keeps on pointing to the tag.- | Nurse at De Waalboog Verpleeghuis Joachim en Anna in Nijmegen
She chose her former front door. She lived behind that door more than 30 years!- Marjan Hermens | A family member of a resident at Archipel Zorggroep Passaat in Eindhoven
It's a beautiful antique door. Very decorative. Every time when I look at my door I think: "Wow it's so great!". Coming home is much nicer now.- Olaf | Resident at HVO Querido in Amsterdam
Residents really like them. For those who are able, it gives them something to talk about with staff and other residents and they go on about how beautiful they are, especially when they first go up. It warms up our hallways which are quite long and institutional.- Megan O’Hara | Community Development Coordinator at Kings Way LifeCare Alliance in New Brunswick, Canada