Just returned to Denmark from 2 exciting days in Gothenburg, we take stock of the many positive impressions.
It was overwhelming to experience the great commitment and interest in learning how together we can create better and safer mental and physical environments in the treatment of the mentally ill.
At the conference, attended by almost 900 people, from psychiatry, criminal justice, architectural firms, we met, at our stand, great interest in our self-damaged furniture and other solutions, which help to create as normal everyday and everyday environment as possible for patients.
Launching new products
Several product news was presented at the booth, which you can read more about here:
We have collected some pictures from the booth, where we presented all our solutions for bathrooms, patient rooms and living rooms:
We participated in a number of lectures where we became more aware of the different mechanisms that can be incorporated into everyday life and help to create a better everyday life for patients. We became more aware of how we as suppliers of home interiors can help to make a greater difference in the everyday lives of mental patients and staff, so that we help reduce self-harm in the environment.
Franz James, a designer and founder of HealSafe Interiör,which develops the products in our sortimen, gave an exciting speech on how to design interior and outer environments to support mental well-being. Franz was interviewed on Swedish radio during the fair on the subject. Listen to the interview with him here.
“Et Fry before Life”
One post that made a special impression was the short film from the campaign “Et Steg för Livet”. A campaign aimed at the public with the aim of spreading knowledge about how to prevent suicide. A strong and very nice film that in many ways makes a big impression. Watch here:
Read more about the campaign on www.stegforlivet.se.