THE MIP BLOG - Sound Advice

25 Mar

How to Provide the Best Sleep Environment for Seniors

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Sleep changes as we age. Older adults may experience difficulty getting to sleep and staying asleep. And sleep quality may be diminished, as seniors spend less time in.

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Categories: Long-Term Care, Patient/Resident Care, Environmental Services, Education
04 Jul

4 WAYS TO IMPROVE CARE RECIPIENT SLEEP

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Quality rest plays a vital role in the healing process. Waking up, and being woken up, frequently leads to poor-quality sleep and irritability. This also affects hospitals.

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Categories: Long-Term Care, Patient/Resident Care
07 Mar

INTRODUCING A NEW BRAND by MIP Inc.

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MIP Inc. continues to raise the bar in high quality healthcare textiles by introducing a new brand...

CAN YOU RELATE?

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Categories: Long-Term Care, Patient/Resident Care, Company News
25 Oct

Did you know you can measure COMFORT?

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Comfort is an integral part of patient well-being and it starts with their bed linens and gowns. Patients dislike fabric that is too stiff and rough, especially if it.

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Categories: Long-Term Care, Patient/Resident Care
12 Sep

4 Biggest Trends Impacting Environmental Services (US)

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Heads of environmental services at hospitals, nursing care facilities and other healthcare environments have numerous hurdles to overcome on a daily basis. Their business.

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Categories: Long-Term Care, Laundry, Environmental Services
21 Mar

10 WAYS TO ENSURE THAT YoUR RESIDENTS’ DIGNITY and QUALITY OF LIFE ARE RESPECTED

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Most provincial laws and programs require that every nursing home resident is provided the care and quality of life sufficient for them to attain and maintain their.

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Categories: Long-Term Care, Patient/Resident Care
17 Dec

TOP 10 WAYS TO MINIMIZE RISKS OF INFECTION IN A LONG TERM CARE FACILITY

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With summer winding down, and flu season is lurking, it is always a good idea to remind ourselves of proper practices to minimize the risk of spreading infection through.

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Categories: Long-Term Care, Patient/Resident Care

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