Resident safety is a critical priority for all senior living stakeholders and the industry. Psychological safety is a concept that refers to an environment or relationship in which members advocate for what is important and where they feel safe. Environmental health has become increasingly more important in the wake of COVID-19. Senior living communities are recognizing the connection between environmental safety, health, and well-being.
This white paper will discuss:
— Different variables that affect resident safety
— The correlation between psychological safety, fear of falling, and falling
— Challenges of creating safe environments in senior living
— How senior living technology is vital in maintaining health and wellness in communities
— Strategies to address financial stability and security
— Why having an organizational commitment to safety results in improved resident care