A personal living space within elderly care should feel safe, private and comfortable. To ensure this, it is important to reduce the impact of noise. Echoes need to be eliminated to ensure that conversations can be done in a regular tone of voice.

As with any type of space regarding elderly care, it is important to consider that people often have hearing disabilities. Noise and hearing difficulties are known to cause anxiety, stress and withdrawal from social activities.


  • Reducing reverberating echoes.
  • Ensuring privacy.
  • Minimising the impact of sound created within the space.
  • Keeping sound from adjoining rooms and corridors out of the living space.


  • A sound-absorbing ceiling in the space.
  • Sound insulation between rooms and to the corridor.

Acoustic considerations

Reverberation, privacy.

Recommended products

For best results, we recommend combining solutions from the list below. Please visit the corresponding product page specified in the table to identify what solution best fit your needs. 

Ceiling solutions Free-hanging units Wall solutions
Hygiene Clinic A - Akusto Wall A
Hygiene Clinic E   Akusto Wall C