How will the future look like for the elderly?

Last week there was a lot of news about cutting back on staff, which plays already for a longer period. As well, research discovered that more often employees are acting like carers but show fake diplomas. These things happen because there is a lot of demand for carers and often an urgent need to hire…

How will care homes look in the future?

The world population is growing, people become older and the individual needs of older generations are becoming more complex. That is why it is important for care homes to investigate in greater amounts of, more intelligent, technologies. When looking on the long-term, it is important to create a sustainable living environment to house patients, it…

you can forget about keys to manage access!

“With the SMARTair wireless access control system, you can forget about keys to manage access to your building from a single control point” – TESA, ASSA ABLOY At Foston, we find it very important that our clients feel safe and have easy access to a building or office. This was one of the reasons to…

The use of software in care instances makes life easier

In the previous article from last week we wrote about the influence of new technologies within the care industry. This week you will read about the software developed by Foston, which can be implemented in a variety of systems. These softwares will make life easier for the elderly and the care provider. CALAS is the…

New intern at Foston: Carlijn!

Carlijn van Dijk is a Dutch student that studies international business and management. For her study she has to do an internship. Therefore, In the upcoming 5 months she will work as a trainee at Foston, the international brand of Iseco Sistemas S.L., at the marketing department. She has chosen Foston as she is interested…

New intern at Foston: Eva!

Since last Thursday a new intern has made her arrival at Foston Europe , Eva Andres will be joining the team for the next 3 months. Eva is a student who lives in France near the border of Switzerland and she is studying in her first year of the study international Trade Technical Degree. She chose…

How to be dementia friendly at work

Since the 10thof May there is a new campaign in the Netherlands. It is called “ dementia friendly at work” and in this campaign people that face clients with dementia are being asked to expand their knowledge about how to get along with people with dementia. To be able to do this, 11 free online…