Reminiscence Interactive Therapy Activities

Our system can reduce falls, specialling, LOS, and improves patient experience whilst reducing costs.

We have been developing dementia software for the elderly since 1990 and are leaders in solutions for patients at high risk of falls, those with dementia and mental health conditions. Our software RITA (Reminiscence Interactive Therapy Activities) is currently in over 368 hospitals. The feedback received from our clinicians forms the basis of our ongoing software development. This is then released via complimentary upgrades to all our clients.

Supporting staff to prevent falls and keeping dementia patients safe

Offering significant benefits to clinical outcomes

Our therapy software is aimed at offering support for older people as a means of supporting them and reducing their agitation, isolation, depression and delirium. It has been positive in reducing harm, including:

  • Reduced Falls by 49.65%
  • Reduced Specialing (1:1) BY 71% E.G. 1 Trust (4 Wards) Saving Yr.1 £164K
  • Software supports dementia care mapping
  • Significant reduction in anti-psychotic medication
  • Reduced LOS
  • Dramatically increased patient experience
  • Significant improvements in patients with dementia that are unable to sleep
  • Supports dignity, respect and wellbeing for those patients at the end of life
  • Clinically led, improving the quality of patient-centered care
  • Improved Family & Friends results
  • Reductions in in-patient bed days
  • Improved interaction between carers and patient, and relatives and patient

We have implemented RITA in more than 368 hospitals throughout the UK. These include Acute Hospitals, Mental Health Trusts, Community Hospitals, Care Homes & Day Centres.

My Improvement Network are committed to investing in education for health care professionals and are proud supporters of RCN Projects.

My Improvement Network
My Improvement NetworkTuesday, February 26th, 2019 at 12:19pm
Using our RITA system helped a very unwell lady with hyperactive delirium, psychosis and a background of advanced dementia. She was unable to engage. It helped her focus, be calmed and allowed nursing staff to get her to eat and drink again, after 52 hours without sleep. https://bit.ly/2T0ivsA #dementia #delirium Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
My Improvement Network
My Improvement NetworkWednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 4:26pm
Looking forward to the Walsall Dementia Conference at Walsall Manor Hospital 12th February all seats now taken! www.myimprovementnetwork.com
Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 at 10:15am
Supporting staff with less traditional aids can improve care, support, contribute towards less falls, improve financial savings;views from the Consultant Lead, Elderly Care & Safe Guarding, Gloucester Royal Hospital commenting on @RITAsystem @gloshospitals https://t.co/OKV28mpwom
Thursday, March 14th, 2019 at 12:42pm
Prevention of Delirium - Tuesday 12th March 2019, Peterborough City Hospital
Donna Higgins, Clinical Nurse Educator, Surgery and Critical Care, North Lincolnshire & Goole NHS Foundation Trust - Delirium in a critical care setting.
@NWAngliaFT #RITAsystem #PboroCityHosp @NHSNLaG https://t.co/MPgowiEOfb

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Featured Case Studies

North Cumbria Hospitals reduce falls by 76.9%

North Cumbria Hospitals reduce falls by 76.9%

North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust is an acute hospital trust dedicated to providing the best possible care, serving a population of around 320,000 people. We are located in one of the most geographically remote areas and serve the third most sparsely distributed population in England.

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Royal College of Nursing

My Improvement Network are committed to investing in education for health care professionals and are proud supporters of RCN Projects

The integration and use of technology within healthcare offers significant benefits in both primary and secondary care settings. These benefits can extend across nursing practice from improving person centered care to enhancing daily workflows. Providing educational tools that empower and guide nursing staff through this digital revolution is critical and will help facilitate successful incorporation and safe implementation of technologies within nursing, by nurses.