Trends in Elderly Care: This will be the life for people over 65 in 2035.

Loneliness, short of staff, cuts in costs, all of them are reasons why there are a lot of complaints when it comes to elderly care. Luckily, there will be some developments in the future that may end all these negative pronunciations. Although we cannot know what the future will look like, there are some trends…

Make lonely elderly, feel a little less lonely this Christmas

A lot of elderly are feeling lonely and often even depressed. Some of them still live at home and others in nursing homes, often far away or without family and friends. Sadly, it gets even harder during the holiday season. Want to make a difference this year? Here are some things you can do to make lonely elderly feel a little less lonely this Christmas!

Elderly Care

Elderly care is care for seniors at their home or in an institution. It comprises care for demented people, but also palliative care and help in their homes. For elderly it is important to function in an independent way. We divide elderly care in three areas: home care, nursing homes and assisted living. Foston Europe offers innovative, technologic systems that can be easily integrated into existing systems, in every area of elderly care.

ISECO Systems Wins Red Cross Public Tender

In August, ISECO Systems won the public contest of Red Cross to equip access control systems to all its buildings in Spain, with the technology of Tesa Assa-Abloy. As the world’s leading lock group, Assa-Abloy offers a more complete range of access control systems than any other company on the market. Tesa not only offers door devices, but also wall devices and devices that are designed on special applications such as lockers or drawers.

Informal care: a crucial form of healthcare

Informal care is an unpaid form of health care that is provided often by family or friends.  With a growing senior population, you can imagine that the informal care demands are growing as fast. To create an image of formal care in Europe; how many people are informal caregivers for example, and how many time…

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A 2018 trend: The development of personalized care

Personalized care and integrating precision medicine into our healthcare system is a rising trend. Not just for 2018, but also for more years to come, this development will impact the healthcare industry heavily. There are a few breakthroughs in healthcare that guide us to a more patient centered system. Doctor´s visits are often replaced by…

Age discrimination

Age discrimination

We speak of age discrimination or ageism when you are discriminated because: You are (or are not) a certain age or in a certain age group Someone thinks you are (or are not) a specific age or age group. This is known as discrimination by perception You are connected to someone of a specific age…

Nurse protection systems

Nurse protection systems

Nurse protection systems are used by the nurses or doctors in case they need help. These systems are usually used in mental health institutions or nursing homes with residents that have a form of dementia. There are multiple hardware systems that are used to send an alarm. Preferably systems that are not obvious for the…

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International Nurses Day

The 12th of May is International Nurses Day. Every year at this date we commemorate the crucial role that caregivers play in modern society. There will be activities within many caring institutions this day. Nurses and care givers will show how passionate they are about healthcare and well-being. The International Council of Nurses (ICN) determines…

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Care systems! What is it?

Various systems are part of care systems which in any way contribute to the welware of the people. A well-known example of a care system is the nurse call systems. Through nurse call systems, the residents, clients or patients are able to call a care professional or family member. By the 4 main elements which…