Understanding the perspective of residents

While residents are not be directly involved in the decision-making or implementation of power protection systems, their comfort, safety, and well-being are closely tied to the reliability of such systems. Residents knowing that there are backup power systems in place, may give your residents a sense of security. This knowledge can be reassuring, especially for your residents who are reliant on continuous medical support or other critical services and equipment. Residents will not directly be engaging with power protection units as medical equipment, but they trust care home management to ensure their well-being. Any communication or education about the installation and maintenance of power protection systems will instil confidence in the care provided.

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