Traditionally ceiling hoists and other patient support devices are relied on for their functional qualities rather than for aesthetics. Practicality comes first when the requirements for nursing homes and care establishments are being set out.
And yet there are ways to make disabled assistance equipment blend into the surroundings. Or make clever use of space, so that these practical appliances can be design-conscious too.
The safe and efficient transfer of patients is the primary consideration. But, as our years of experience have shown, with some added creative thinking, we can ensure both practicality and symmetry combine.