Hacker Noon March 1, 2021
Brian Wallace

Nursing homes have a tentative perception and reputation for their ability to take care of their residents.  These facilities should always be adapting and innovating, but it seems recently they have fallen behind.  A lot of these problems deal with the architectural design of these buildings, as many of them are in need of revamping their current structure. But first, the basics must be understood and followed.  All nursing homes require the same basic structure–patient rooms, lobby spaces, public and private bathrooms, staff rooms, and food preparation areas, all with safety at the forefront when creating these designs.

Design is key when building these modern nursing homes, as it is essential to create a place that balances quality and safety,...

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