“We find our Remember-I’m-Me Standard Care Charts an indispensable part of our holistic care for residents… They’ve been in place for over a year now; because they are wipe clean they can be changed as often as needed and have proved very durable.” Ellie Cant, Manager, Furze Hill House, Salvation Army.
“We have been using the Remember-I’m-Me Care Charts since March 2011. We hang them just behind the door of each resident’s room, so the information is easily available to the staff, but not immediately on view to visitors. They have withstood the test of time very well so far and they help our carers enable our residents to achieve their maximum quality of life.” Dian Sampson, Manager, Amy Woodgate House
“The Twist-N-View charts are a great truly person-centred way to quickly see a summary of the residents’ needs and wishes. Having the information in this form about residents is really useful to the care team, so they and the residents benefit from their use. ” Jakki Anderson, Interim Non-Clinical Lead, Westerleigh Nursing Home, Seaford
“We believe they make a real difference to the quality of life our residents lead.” Simon Hodgkinson, Owner, Westcliffe Care Home, Nottingham
“I couldn’t possibly have hoped for a better result” Sue Cook, the Older Persons Assessment and Liaison for Dementia (OPAL) team leader at Epsom Hospital, part of Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust.
“In our recent CQC inspection, the inspector was extremely impressed with the Care Charts.” Rea, Manager, Whitefriars Nursing Home, Southall