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    Better sleep

    for seniors

    Elderly Care Home,
    Solingen, Germany


    Find out how lighting supports the day-night sleep rhythm for elderly care home residents.
    A patient and staff enjoying the clear vision at Elderly Care Home, Germany, illuminated by Philips Lighting

    It is a great gift
    to be able to make

    a perceptible improvement to the well-being of our residents through light. Moreover, the simulated daylight pattern also has a positive impact on our staff.”

     

    - Ralf Paschold, Care Home Manager, SV Group

    The corridor of Elderly Care Home illuminated by Philips Lighting
    A staff taking care of a patient at Elderly Care Home under dynamic lighting by Philips Healtcare Lighting solutions

    Customer challenge

     

    The Am Kirschbaumer Hof care home is making a difference. This modern facility aims to provide the best life it can for residents, by caring for them with a human touch and fostering individual personalities. Could lighting improve well-being and safety for residents and staff?

    The right lighting 


    In any caring environment, light can make an impact on the way people feel and behave. With this in mind, the Am Kirschbaumer Hof care home wanted to use lighting as a way to create a calming ambience in its new care center. It was hoped that light could help to reproduce the familiar rhythm of day and night, helping to regulate the sleep patterns of dementia sufferers.

     

    We installed a dynamic lighting system. The core elements of the setup are Savio Luminaires and Dynalite controls, which create a natural daylight pattern through changes in the brightness and color temperatures. The lights change from a bluer, brighter white in the morning to a warmer, subtler white towards the end of the day. These changes support the body’s natural circadian rhythm (body clock), so patients feel energized in the day, and are ready to rest in the evening.

     

    The new healthcare lighting has helped to improve the quality of life for residents. The pleasant atmosphere aids sleep, helps people feel good, and promotes social participation. The high lighting level provides the residents and carers with better visibility, and gives more freedom of movement and security. In addition, the pleasant atmosphere improves well-being and job satisfaction for staff.

     

    “A lot has changed in the care industry as a result of modern technology. A positive example is the dynamic lighting system provided by our partner. It helps our residents – particularly those suffering from dementia – to go about their daily routines.”

    - Ralf Paschold, Care Home Manager, SV Group

    • Savio TCS760/770
      Savio TCS760/770
      Featuring Philips’ patented micro-lens optic technology, Savio is a complete luminaire range that offers the ideal combination of stylish design and optimum performance for both ta...
    Dynalite Controls

    Dynalite controls

    Lighting control made easy. Dynalite offers automated light operation that meets your preferences and saves energy.

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    Light that
    calms and comforts

    The Team

    AM Kirschbaumer Hof

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