Signs Austin | Assisted Living Centers Interior Signs


Assisted living center communities and apartments can be large complexes.  Navigating your way through the corridors can be difficult without proper interior signage.  This blog will help identify types of interior signage that would work for you.

Way finding is a high priority for these facilities.  Interior directories and maps are the best way to help residents, staff and visitors find their way.  The directories can list offices and room numbers and incorporate legible, colorful maps.  A user friendly interactive directory can help visitors find their family member and help residents in unfamiliar areas.  Visitors can interact with a digital directory to find a resident and even contact them.  Large wall and window graphics are two more effective navigation and informational tools.  Well placed LED signs can display scrolling or static information to guests, residents, and staff.  LED signs can display anything from event calendars to the time and temperature.  Digital signage is great when displaying ever changing information such as cafeteria menus.  Overhead signs are highly visible and point out important information.  Illuminated emergency exit signs and defibrillator locations are two examples of overhead signs.  Floor graphics help those unfamiliar with an area find their way by following arrows, text and color coding.  ADA placards are a necessity in any assisted living center or community.  ADA signage can help designate bathrooms or locate nearest ramp.  Room and office identification are necessary identifying markers.  Banner and event signage are a great way to help promote and educate.  Event banners are easy to install and can be temporary or permanent fixtures.

Interior signage is a critical part of an effective assisted living community.  They can assist residents and staff and help visitors find their way.  360 signs can analyze your environment and implement any signage needs for assisted living centers.

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