Create Safer Visitation Spaces Indoors & Out

As your community reopens, we’re here to help you do it safely. Explore products and tips to make sure everyone feels comfortable when you welcome back your guests.

Furnishings

From antimicrobial fabrics and easy-to-clean surfaces to attractive partitions and strategic furniture layouts that optimize traffic patterns – our experts can help you find the right solutions for your visitation spaces.

Outdoor Furniture

Indoor Furniture

Screening

Thermal Temperature Scanner kiosks use advanced thermal detection technology to quickly scan skin surface temperatures, contact-free.1 These systems can help you follow FDA, CDC and CMS guidelines more easily. Get started quickly with complimentary remote system setup.

Plus, shop our selection of noninvasive thermometers and integrated security systems for more monitoring precautions.

Technology & Temperature Screening Solutions

Interventions

From countertop shields and room partitions to isolation barriers and informative social distancing signage, we have an array of options to help you quickly set up safer environments for residents, staff and visitors.

Partitions

Shields

Barriers

Signs & Displays

Activities & Entertainment

Keep residents and guests entertained with activities that support social distancing while still creating meaningful connections. Consider bringing more activity options outside, like exercise classes, arts and crafts, specialty dining and more. Find more tips to foster resident engagement in our blog.

Outdoor Activities

Electronics

Audio

Infection Prevention

When re-facilitating visitor connections with individuals in your community, it’s important to prioritize infection prevention. Provide easy access to sanitizing products, and emphasize thorough hand-washing.

Handwashing
Products

Hand
Sanitizers

Cleaning
Chemicals

Alternative
Disinfectants

Housekeeping
Supplies

PPE

Commitment programs for masks and gowns, as well as gloves and goggles, help ensure you maintain a steady supply to meet F-884.

We’re constantly developing new solutions to mitigate a rapidly evolving supply chain.

Air Purification & Filtration

Preserve your indoor air quality with purification devices and filtration systems that help capture airborne viruses, allergens and bacteria.

Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization™ (NPBI)

Achieve cleaner, safer air with NPBI’s electrically charged plasma field that ionizes the air as it flows by to reduce particles and odors and inactivate pathogens like COVID-19 found in droplets and aerosolized particles. This easy-to-install option can be added to existing HVAC systems with no filters to put extra strain on your system and no harmful ozone emissions.

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Ready to set up your visitation spaces? Contact us today.

1 This is not a medical device. Statements regarding this temperature device have not been evaluated by the FDA. This temperature device should not be solely or primarily relied upon to diagnose or exclude a diagnosis of COVID-19, or any other disease or health condition. Elevated body temperature in the context of use should be confirmed with secondary evaluation methods.