In this “Nutrition and Hydration Week 2015” it seems appropriate to mention an email we received a few weeks ago from Anne, whose father has recently entered a care home after a series of small strokes. In order to keep up the family connection and to help manage his care they set up Mindings in his room. Anne describes Mindings as a “godsend”:Read More
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
We love receiving feedback from users, and we particularly enjoy hearing how Mindings is being used in interesting ways – often ways we never even envisaged!
One of our users has been trialing a new Mindings feature called “Flexible Notes”, that enables the creation of new bespoke features. Messages can be created with a specific title, body text and an accompanying pictures, and they can be programmed to display at specific times for specific periods.Read More
Introducing the Mindings Sender App!
You asked for it, so we built it!
We built Mindings to fit in with your life, so the way you send pictures and messages to a Mindings account is via the tools you already use – text messages, email, social media etc.
However the feedback we’ve been getting from users is “just give us an App!”
So, we’ve built it. It’s been well tested over the last few months and we’re delighted to let you give it a try.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.