Listen to Dr Katherine Bradbury, Health Psychologist from the University of Southampton highlight the evidence behind Active Lives and how this free, easy to use website helps people aged 65+ stay active, fit and healthy. This short film shows the benefits of doing gradual physical activity around the home and how a digital intervention can help.
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Digital inclusion in health and care in Wales - a case study
Enhanced health in care homes is one of the new care models set out in the NHS five year forward view. This presentation was given as part of a conference which provided perspectives on progress in providing older people with better, more joined-up care and rehabilitation services.
Cheryl Davies, Programme Manager, Healthy Ageing team, interviews Maureen and asks her about her digital journey during the Covid-19 pandemic.
These are the questions put to Maureen:
How did the pandemic affect you?
What significant changes did you have to make?
1. Why did you get an iPad?
2. What did you know about this technology?
3. What did you think an iPad would do for you?
4. Did you have any initial anxieties about using it, what were they if you did?
5. What do you use the iPad for whilst at home?
6. Has your iPad improved your life?
7. Now that we’re no longer in such a crisis, what is your motivation to use your iPad?
8. What advice would you give to older friends about using technology?
9. Is there anything else you’d like to add?
The Covid Oximetry at Home work (sometimes called a "virtual ward") describes an enhanced package of remote monitoring (of symptoms and oxygen saturations) for patients with confirmed/suspected Covid-19 who are at risk of future deterioration/admission, provided within a patient’s own home (or usual residence) overseen by a multidisciplinary team (MDT) from either the community or hospital.