There’s a clear connection between mobility and people’sphysical and mental well-being.
We’ve seen how empoweringmovement can quickly improve both clinical and
Improved outcomes for all
People are made to move. Satisfying this fundamental need throughout the care process not only promotes the healing, dignity and independence of patients, but also the confidence and overall well-being of healthcare professionals. As the specialists in this area, every action and every decision is to empower movement within care environments.
We are empowering movement towards
“If challenged, architects will find ways to liberate space so residents and carers can move freely.”
Mai Almén · Architect · Sweden As an architect, ergonomic expert, teacher and influencer, Mai Almén has spent her whole career empowering movement by persuading construction companies, architects and planners to create better conditions for people with physical limitations.
“A well-designed care home should look great, but it should also be functional”
Lars Karud & Niklas Olsson · Architects · Sweden The Swedish architects Lars Karud and Niklas Olsson have a solid track record in designing homes and care facilities for people with physical limitations – and they are on a constant mission to enable residents & caregivers to move more freely.
Femme · Dedicated soccer Mum· Belgium What happens when your life changes in a day? Standing and walking are often taken for granted, but not by Femme. MS survivor, she keeps up with her son on the football field.
Martina · VTE Product Specialist · Sweden Says Martina, VTEProducts Specialist who took a leave of absence from her work with Arjo to take part in the COVID-19 struggle first-hand. But also the rewards of positive outcomes.
There is nothing more powerful than motivated people, driven by a common cause. While each of us have different perspectives and contribute in different ways, all of us are committed to empowering movement within care environments.