These are for the staff! Who doesn't need an uplifting word to know that what you are doing is making a difference? These are available in a laminated peel-and-stick (removable or more permanent). Sizes are customized to suit.
This mural originally 8' X 10' was created for a non-denominational worship room. May also be suitable for palliative care. Available in reproduction, sized to suit.
Flu Warning Signs
Peel-and-stick signage for institutions (hospitals, long term care homes..) Signage can be taken down and stored on backing paper for the next flu season without leaving any sticky residue. Matt-laminated for easy cleaning.
Peel-and-stick Flu Warning Signage
Signage for Health-Care and Long Term Care facilities that gets noticed! This peel-and-stick signage can be removed and replaced on its backing paper to be reused again when needed, leaving no sticky residue. Laminated for easy cleaning.
In this secured unit of a Long Term Care Facility, residents have a colourful wrap-around vista to enhance their walks.
Mural invites walkers from all sides
Approximately 20 feet of landscape.
When the real one was knocked over and broken, this painted replacement offered the ambiance without taking up any space. Available in reproduction.
Means "trick of the eye". The fireplace I pretend to lean on is actually flat, nothing to bump into, but still a focal point for the sitting room in this Memory Care residence.
Problem solving in awkward spaces
This end of the hallway was a place for residents and their families to sit. We were asked to make it more inviting. Now with a little backdrop and a scene out the "window", this spot is a cozy nook (and that side door is less conspicuous).
Solution: Making a sitting area more of an attraction
This basement Adult Day Centre lacked a view and this sitting area was rather bland. Now it is the main attraction and serves to keep attention away from the (disguised) exit door.
Greeting sign for resident and visitors
Long Term Care Homes give a lot of thought to making the environment home-like and welcoming. Here is a good way to start. Have this sign greet residents and family members upon entering their living space!
Concealing Problematic Windows
Windows in Memory Care. The activity seen through this window, located in an Adult Day Centre caused the attendees to become anxious to leave. This fish tank treatment allows visibility into the unit from the other side while calming those inside.
Karen and Brian Romeril are a team who both design, draw and paint - with Brian specializing in perspective drawing techniques and Karen as principle painter. Karen and Brian Romeril have been free-lancing their artwork for more than 20 years on such projects as the Avon Theatre's renovation, the Discovery Centre and The Bruce Hotel in Stratford. By contrast, they have enjoyed "Marking Art Work" improving environments for residents in Long Term Care communities. They specialize in exit diversion - proven to alleviate anxiety - and in creating the "look and feel" of home, while adding an extra layer of safety for residents in care.
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