The Coach House is a 66 bedded mental health nursing home providing care and assessment of needs for adults with mental health disorders and dementia. The facility also offers a step-down placement for people that no longer need hospital care but are not yet ready to return home.
Care staff are a dedicated group and actively involve themselves in the daily living skills and social aspects of the service users lives. Trained staff work closely with individuals to develop plans of care, by working hand in hand with service users enables future focused care and opportunities for people to maintain existing interests and hobbies and develop new ones.
Following a generous investment by Wolverhampton City Council and Wolverhampton CCG, the Coach house were one of over 70 care homes in Wolverhampton to receive RITA technology.
This case study has been produced just one month in to using RITA and the outcomes and feedback clearly demonstrates how much of a difference RITA has made at the home.
RITA has already contributed to a reduction in falls, safeguarding incidents, increases in nutrition and hydration rates and improved overall quality of life and wellbeing of residents and staff. Download the case study to read about some of the outcomes: