Bathroom & Toilet Sign – Dementia Signage
£26.00 – £45.00
Manufactured with Class 1 fire-rated materials
Standard – 12mm signage designed for care homes
Hygenus – 5mm signage designed for hospital use
Dementia Signage for Care Homes and Hospitals
Find Signage is designed for cognitive issues typically experienced by people with dementia. Find established the standard that is now in extensive use throughout the UK and Europe
Investing in Find signage is the most cost-effective, long-term solution for providing reliable, visual orientation aids.
- Standard – Our original dementia-specific signage designed for Care Home use. It has every design feature we would seek to incorporate into a truly dementia-specific product. It’s a tough, non-reflective, clear, tactile sign that communicates a message in several different ways that all make it easier to understand. In a choice of three different sizes, this is the most effective and reliable product for long term performance in a care home setting.
- Hygenus – The style of the sign has all the same features as the Standard product but is specifically for hospital use employing materials to meet infection control standards. It also uses a face fixing method with Poly-cap coloured screws making the product more secure in difficult environments.
- All Find signage is made to order in our own factory. This allows for variations in design when required. If our standard products don’t meet your need, we can create custom designs to our customer’s specifications
Standard and Hygenus signage is manufactured with Class 1 fire rated materials
- Clearer and more effective than any other sign design
- Multi-sensory recognition
- Designed specifically to cater to the key cognitive changes that typically cause difficulty for people living with dementia
- Anti-bacterial, fire rated materials suitable for all area’s
VAT Relief Eligible – Yes
- The over-riding benefit of effective signage is people can find their way around an unfamiliar environment with minimal difficulty, stress and anxiety. This is of special relevance when someone has dementia or other conditions that affect cognitive and visual capabilities.
Furthermore, it is essential this type of signage is durable enough to withstand the rigours of demanding environments to ensure it is always ‘there’ when people have come to rely on it.
More about the importance of orientation can be found at the dementia centre