In this video testimonial, Sue Strudwick talks about her nine-month experience using Mindings with her mother.
With continuing cuts to budgets and increasing demand on care, local authorities are looking to digital innovation to transform public services.
The East of England Local Government Association today held their “Transform, Engage, Accelerate” conference, joining experts from Microsoft, Capgemini and the Eastern Academic Health Science Network to discuss how digital approaches and technologies offer the opportunity to re-shape public services and fundamentally shift relationships with citizens and communities.Read More
Mindings is currently being trialed in Suffolk with users living with dementia and their families. We’re having some remarkable results and we’d like to share some of our early findings.
For the last year Mindings has undergone a pilot study across Cambridgeshire and Central Bedfordshire, to test the use of digital technology in improving the quality of life of older people.
The study, funded by NHS Midlands and East, involved giving Mindings to 30 local residents over 70 years old who had been identified as being socially isolated. The aim was to see whether the ability to stay in touch with family and friends through social media and digital technology worked in increasing confidence and quality of life.Read More
Mindings is a great way to connect technology-shy seniors to their family and friends. Through our clinical trials and feedback from Users we already know we can improve wellbeing and make Users feel happier and more secure by helping them to be better connected – we call this “The Mindings Effect”.Read More