Photo above shows Lorraine Kutner with a MyCareMatters board at the bedside of her father, John Dixon.
East Surrey Hospital is the first hospital to trial information boards developed by MyCareMatters.
The boards will help give nurses and doctors a simple insight into some extra details about individual patients living with dementia. MyCareMatters boards have picture symbols for topics that are filled in by a relative to reveal more about the person behind the patient such as preferences for food, music, work background and favourite past time.
The boards are being trialled on two wards at East Surrey Hospital next to the beds of patients with dementia or memory issues. Clinicians are able to see the extra information about the patient at a glance.
Photo shows John Dixon and his daughter Lorraine Kutner who have been using a MyCareMatters board at East Surrey Hospital
Over Saturday lunch on the Neil Munday Radio Show Neil launched the support for Choiroke! Susy Radio 103.4 has been invited to be the official broadcast partner for the 2017 Choiroke which takes place on 10th June at the Harliquin theatre, Redhill.
Neil was joined on the phone to launch Susy Radio’s support for Choiroke by the Organising Producer Louise Camby.
Neil Munday and Izzie Brooks were down at the Cowpie Show bright and early to broadcast the breakfast show on Susy Radio 103.4FM. Here is a round up of interviews and highlights including Izzie trying her hand at tractor driving, Jonathan Marshal and his Free Spirits Falconry and Horse Display plus Barry & Mick from Worthing.
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Approximate timings from the start of the audio:
3 mins – Rachel, Blooming Good Nursery,
5 mins – Jenny,Just Springer Rescue,
9 mins – Luke, Izzie Tractor driving,
16 mins – Belinda / Ken Fox – Wall of Death,
22 mins – Barry & Mick from Worthing (Visitors),
23 mins – Ladies from St Francis RFC (Sumo),
24 mins – Lovito, Ice Cream Man,
24.5 mins – Jeff Nichols, Grass Shark Hunter- Mole-Lenium stadium,
26 mins – Joe Sardo, Surrey 4×4 response,
30 mins – Luke Smith, Surrey Young Farmers Chairman,
34 mins – Jonathan Marshal – Free Spirits Falconry and Horse Display,
40 mins – Brandon Bailey, The Stunt Riders Display
Jayne Archer lost her husband Mark to a rare form of blood cancer. He
was only 49 years old and had become ill for just 40 days. The Mark
Henry Archer Tribute Fund was set up in his memory and to raise
awareness and funds to help beat blood cancer. Tess Lewsey spoke to
Jayne Archer about her husband, writing her book, her fundraising
challenge taking place in June and a piece of music especially written