Covenant Health’s St. Joseph’s Auxillary Hospital Dementia Project Stage 3 was completed in December 2019;
Consisting of 18 resident—and a variety of facility doors—vinyl wrapped to resemble different thresholds of the world. Also included were natural, floral textures and a “Storage Closet” motif, adding to the existing murals, elevator doors, and sitting room graphics already adorning the halls of St. Joseph’s.
After a few weeks up in the ward, many positive sentiments from residents, their families, & St. Joseph’s staff have been expressed with regards to the “bright, inviting & non-clinical” nature of these thematic door prints and sitting areas. One anecdote described a resident who enjoyed the flower garden wrapped alcove so much, she would return day in and day out, attempting to pick the flowers. Staff are now including a lovely silk flower cart within the alcove, available for picking!
Connie, our sales lead has shared;
This project has been a personal favourite. I feel we are truly making a difference in peoples’ lives through these simple print solutions. Most evident in the residents & their families’ enjoyment of the facility.
Covenant Health’s media team produced an incredible video featured in our last post here:
Read more of Connie’s testimonial to the importance of this project here:
Next up for St. Joseph’s Stage 4 graphic applications include additional murals, hallway graphics, & nurse station wraps!