Happiness Programme launches at London North West Hospital NHS Trust
We recently partnered with London North West Hospital NHS Trust to introduce the Happiness Programme at two hospitals, Ealing and Northwick Park. To celebrate their membership, the Trust hosted two launch parties! Some images from both events are below:
An Arabic man uses Qur’an Finish that Phrase.
A woman plays the Balloon Pop activity.
A man watches a walking tour of Kingston, Jamaica on the ceiling.
A woman living from bed uses the piano, balloon pop and sensory flower games available on the Happiness Programme.
Throwing a Launch Party
If you’re already a member of the Happiness Programme and would like to throw your own launch party, let us know! We’re happy to help – we have resources exclusive to Happiness Programme members, including:
- Launch party posters: These can be printed off and placed around the service to let visitors know when the Happiness Programme launch party will be.
- Draft email invite template for family & friends: This could be sent out individually to family & friends, or sent out as a marketing email to your client base.
- Draft press release: This should be sent to local newspapers, websites, TV & radio outlets to help create awareness around the efforts that your service is making to help improve the quality of care that you provide and showcase the facilities that you have available.
Not a Happiness Programme Member Yet?
The Happiness Programme is a first-of-its-kind initiative helping to change the lives of people living with cognitive challenges. We use interactive light technology to provide meaningful activities for residents and patients in care homes and care settings. For more detail on what the Happiness Programme is and how it’s helping care venues across the UK, visit our getting started page.
Alternatively, jump to our dementia, learning disability and NHS pages for more specific detail on how it’s helping care homes like Barchester and HC-One as well as hospitals and local authorities such as St George’s Hospital, London and Westminster and South Kensington Council.
For anything else, you can contact us here too.