Immerse yourself in the revolutionary world of “Project Well-Being,” a guide that brings together the power of digital technology and the nurturing essence of healthcare, transforming the care setting as we know it.
Navigating the vast landscape of the digital age, this book dives headfirst into how technology, particularly the Tiny Tablet, can be harnessed to boost overall well-being, stimulate cognitive functions, and encourage community engagement in care settings. From interactive games to creative applications, virtual tours to video calling, and even bridging the gap between different generations, the Tiny Tablet emerges as a valuable ally in delivering optimal care.
The book expertly demonstrates how tech can stimulate the release of ‘happy hormones’, contributing to improved mental, physical, and emotional health. It also provides insightful strategies for managing behaviours of concern, tackling staff apprehensions about change, and how best to utilise additional peripherals to create a truly immersive and beneficial experience.
“Project Well-Being” empowers you with knowledge to face the future of care, embracing change, and ultimately, uplifting the lives of those you care for. Dive in and join us on this transformative journey.
Those you care for will thank you, and their smiles will be the most rewarding part. This is not just a book; it’s a revolution in care. Be a part of it.
“In a world that is aging rapidly we must work together to ensure people we support can access modern technology regardless of their age, gender, location, or ability. Not only does the book offer a quick and easy guide to using digital tablets but it also provides practical ideas and examples for innovative activities to try be it in care home or at home! A splendid demonstration on how modern technology can enhance people’s quality of life!” – Lawra Baumane, Quality of Life Specialist, HC-One
“In “Project Wellbeing: Embracing Technology in Care,” Stewart and John present a straight talking and accessible exploration of the profound impact of technology on care. This captivating guide takes readers on an enlightening journey, uncovering the key facets of integrating digital advancements into care homes, and showcasing the immense potential of technology in enhancing wellbeing. A standout feature of “Project Wellbeing” is its emphasis on familiarising individuals with digital technology. Stewart and John recognise the potential challenges faced by both care and activity providers and recipients in adapting to technological advancements. The book presents innovative approaches to bridge the digital divide, ranging from user-friendly ideas to bespoke packages of support.” Hilary Woodhead, Executive Director, National Activity Providers Association.