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 homelike 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.
I notice that there's now a more homely feeling and more social interaction at Nashwaak Villa.- Richard Lyons | Husband of a resident at Nashwaak Villa in New Brunswick, Canada
Love mums new door - the wing looks welcoming and no longer gives feeling that family are walking into an institution.- Chris Stacey | Son of resident at Acacia Living Group in Western Australia
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
I think it's lovely and I don't think I'll see another one like it for a while!- Maggie | Resident at Mercy Health Mercy Health Bethlehem Home for the Aged in Victoria, Australia
They are very nice. They make the rooms seem much more personal and individual not so much like a hospital institution. They are also much more pleasing to look at and add artwork to the unit. Also the residents seem very pleased and take pride in their doors/rooms.- Member of staff | at Bedford Campus, Northwood in Nova Scotia, Canada
This was her front door for the last 20 years. She likes to look at all the different doors when we pass by. It's done so nicely.- D. Nannings | A family member of a resident at De Waalboog Verpleeghuis Joachim en Anna in Nijmegen