Social-Ability

Improvements to care outcomes reported by Happiness Programme subscribers

Below is the aggregate data we receive from our Happiness Programme subscribers based on care outcome survey responses. 

0 %
Improvement to social wellbeing
0 %
Improvement to cognitive wellbeing
0 %
Improvement to physical wellbeing
0 %
Reduction in distress
0 in 5
Reduced PRN use
0 in 6
Reduced falls
0 in 5
Improved nutrition & hydration

Which functionalities deliver most impact?

We believe there are 9 uses – or functionalities – of the Happiness Programme that help deliver against our goals of improving care outcomes. As part of the programme, we work with our subscribers to measure the impacts, as well as identifying areas of growth and improvement. 

We’ve seen some patterns in the functionalities that help participants the most, which we’ve shared below. 

For example, 41% find that props contribute to physical wellbeing, 45% find that multi-surface use contributes to the improved physical wellbeing of players and a small but significant 9% found multi-surface use contributes to a reduction in falls. 

0 %
Benefiting from group play
0 %
Benefiting from music Therapy
0 %
Benefiting from 1-2-1 play
0 %
Using on alternative surfaces
0 %
Using as a therapeutic intervention
0 %
Using with props
0 %
Using as a sensory room

The UK's only data driven interactive activities programme

If making people happier and improving their wellbeing are our goals, then demonstrating the impact on care outcomes are our KPIs. 

We have a structured and guided programme of training and support to help deliver these benefits, empowering care venues and their staff to make a positive and sustainable difference.