Lisa Marshall from Hywel Dda UHB showcases RITA at the Dementia Friendly Hospital Charter launch
Lisa Marshall Senior Sister on Ward 3 (Frailty assessment) explains the positive impact that RITA has had on her ward. It is a brilliant summary of the value RITA brings to staff and how RITA has become an instrumental member of the multi-disciplinary team.
Must watch: ADASS showcase Dudley's use of RITA: Enhancing care and commissioning
Dudley Council & RITA win Gold at iese Public Sector Transformation Awards
Project to help care home residents living with dementia nets national award
Driving Innovation in Palliative Care at North Tyneside Day Hospice
We have recently received some amazing feedback from our Palliative Care colleagues in North Tyneside who have been maximising their use of RITA at the North Tyneside Day Hospice. Quizzes, games, photos, video clips, music, sensory, painting and even the 'my life passport' features have all been used to enhance the wellbeing and quality of life of patients. An unexpected outcome has been that patients have enjoyed using the technology and that it has not been as “frightening” as they had imagined. Many patients have been encouraged to explore technology for themselves.
“It is great to see the flexibility of the Rita system being used to support the residents of North Tyneside across the different care settings”
Ruth Marshall - Clinical Quality Lead Nurse NHS North Tyneside CCG
New Bradley Hall Care home offer innovative Skype stations for residents
Thanks to additional investment from Dudley Metropolitan Council, care homes in Dudley are finding innovative ways to allow their residents to contact home using our larger RITA devices. Skype stations have been set up at New Bradley Hall in Kingswinford using our large 24" RITA devices, allowing residents to feel closer to their loved ones. The stories below sum up what a difference this has made!
Harplands Hospital - Applications of digital reminiscence therapy
Staff at Harplands Hospital provide an insight in to how they used RITA's reminiscence and activity content to positively engage with a patient and gave him a voice again!