Dementia Signage

Information For... Care Homes

Whether bespoke or off-the-shelf, we pride ourselves in designing, manufacturing and installing the most suitable and effective signage for your care environment.

Information For Care Homes

Our specialist division headed up by Gayle Booth are on hand for help and advice, to site survey your premises with you to look at your personal requirements, current legislation and best practice and to offer an individual solution tailored to your environment.

External Signage:

  • Entrance and Car Park signs including disabled car parking signs
  • Directional Signs
  • Banners announcing events, awards,
    open days & fund-raising events.
  • Anti-graffiti films can be applied and we provide cleaning kits which will remove all types of spray paint and marker pens.

Internal Signage:

  • Team / Staff Boards
  • Door signs and nameplates
  • Plaques and Ward Nameplates
  • Floor marking and floor graphics
  • Wall murals and vinyl lettering
  • Health & Safety Signs
  • Glass manifestations and window graphics
  • DDA compliant Braille and Tactile lettering
  • Fire and Evacuation Signs
  • Suspended Ceiling / Corridor signs
  • Full language translation available
  • Directories and Slat systems for wayfinding all our directories are tamper-resistant, fully interchangeable for frequent name/room changes and colour co-ordinated with your environment
  • Dementia Environments: Working with the University of Stirling, we have researched and developed a range of signs and products specifically for the dementia environment, using a multi-clues concept to encourage independence and ease of wayfinding.

The range includes Signage, Memory Boxes, Door-cals & Red Toilet Seats.

Please see www.findsignage.co.uk for full range.

The Royal British Legion Lister House

Having had a policy of utilizing all manner of beautiful and colourful objects to individualise bedroom doors, we have found the Memory Boxes very complementary to this strategy, both in engaging friends and family in bringing in personal effects and also as a recognition aid.
Pet Fowler Watts, Matron Manager, The Royal British Legion Lister House