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In July 2021 Solihull Council invested in RITA for six of their care homes as an initial pilot to support a case for a wider roll out. The introduction of RITA has been warmly welcomed by all of the care homes and the outcomes reported have been very positive.
Bedford Borough Council
In December 2021 Bedford Borough Council generously invested in RITA for 6 council owned care homes. These 6 care homes were chosen to act as a pilot exercise and if successful the council will consider a much wider roll out ....
Staffordshire County Council
In June 2021 Staffordshire County Council generously invested in RITA for 36 of its care homes. “We have seen an improvement with residents engaging in group work activities. Some residents who would normally not take part in group activities are now joining in and participating" Read more about the project here....
City of Wolverhampton Council
In March 2021 City of Wolverhampton Council (part funded by Wolverhampton CCG) generously invested in RITA for over 70 of its care homes. To date we have received amazing feedback and the outcomes being achieved match those being achieved elsewhere throughout the UK. Read more about the project here, including many individual case studies and a video.....
Sunderland City Council
In March 2021 Sunderland City Council generously invested in RITA for 18 of its LD care homes. RITA has now been rolled out to 22 LD homes and 10 older persons care homes. The feedback has been tremendous. Read more about the project here....
Wrexham Borough County Council
In March 2021 Wrexham Council generously invested in RITA for 20 of its care homes. Outcomes being reported include reductions in challenging behaviour, increased socialisation, reduced falls, reduced hospital admissions.......
Orchard House Nursing Home Wolverhampton
RITA is used for both group and individual sessions. We have some residents who enjoy using it by themselves.
RITA in Sunderland
Throughout this case study you will read feedback from managers, across multiple sites in Sunderland. They share their experience using RITA & how it benefits each of their care homes & service users in their own unique way.
RITA at Grindon Lane – Short Break Service - Sunderland
Grindon Short Break Service provides care and support for up to ten people who have a disability. RITA has been instrumental for when a new service user arrives at our site. We use RITA to assist with settling-in techniques and to help create a safe and engaging space for them. When a service user feels safe and relaxed, this same feeling then spills over to the family and makes them feel reassured.