CACTUS (Cost effectiveness of Computer Assisted Treatment vs Usual Stimulation) is a small scale research project to test whether ongoing therapy, delivered using specially developed software, can help stroke survivors with aphasia improve their speech and language skills. “She’s had her stroke 30 years and she’s never strung a sentence together. It was quite nice […]
This design guide is aimed at improving the experience of hospital environments for older people. It is a manual which can be used by those responsible for the design and management of hospital environments either at the initial stages of design or in the on-going upgrading and refurbishment, and by medical staff in the […]
The purpose of this Casebook is to share with a wide audience of colleagues – in local authorities, the NHS and the third sector – a number of inspiring examples of projects in South Yorkshire that have contributed to tackling Health Inequalities. Please click here to view the casebook.
This book is intended for use in two different ways. Firstly, we hope that it provides a valuable guide to project managers undertaking evaluations of their own projects. Secondly, the book is aimed to be an accompanying text for residents who are undertaking training to become community evaluators within the Doncaster New Deal for Communities […]
This pack has been developed by the Told in South Yorkshire -Life Story Work and People with Dementia Advisory Group. This group was formed in 2011 and comprises people with dementia, family carers, health and social care staff and University lecturers. Members of the group involved in the pack include: Lynsey Button; Brian Fairest; Sandra Galloway; Claire Jepson; Jane McKeown; Kath Rimmer; Tony Ryan; […]