Bedroom Addition Provides In-Home Healing

October 2011
PN;Oct2011, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p18
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The article focuses on the integration of the Universal Design (UD) in bedroom design for in-home patient recovery. It states that integration of UD could help patients recover at home and provide easiness on the part of caregiver. It says that the bedroom door must be three-foot-wide, the floor should have the quality of nonslip, and ensure five inches on each side of the bed. It mentions the use home monitoring technologies including security cameras, sensors, and outdoor communication systems.


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