Support Worker Jessica prevents future hospital admissions for customer Abe
Customer Abe fell at home. He was undiscovered for a long time and was admitted to hospital. His fall seriously impacted his overall health and was referred to Revival for help.
The team at Revival received a referral to support customer Chen who was returning home from hospital after a fall. He was being discharged with a hospital bed so needed our help moving furniture. Support Worker Sharon stepped in to help Chen return home from hospital.
Our Home Support service continues to support vulnerable people this winter thanks to midlands charity grant
Thanks to a £500 charity grant, we're able to carry on helping local people waiting to leave hospital.
Vital partnership releases bed spaces and relieves pressure at Royal Stoke Hospital
Revival and Stoke-on-Trent Foodbank have partnered together to help people return home safely from hospital and stay well at home. The partnership provides tailored support including medication deliveries, food parcels, emotional support and other essentials.
Home Support service helps customer Ivy adjust to living with cancer at home
Our Home Support Service helps local people like customer Ivy feel their best at home. We recently received a referral from adult social care to support Ivy who was struggling with a cancer diagnosis. Support Worker Sharon stepped in and helped put a plan in place to allow Ivy to live independently at home.
Home from Hospital service helps customer Doris live happier and healthier at home
Revival Support Worker Rebecca discovered that Doris had been relying on her cleaner for support such as paying bills and food shopping. Her cleaner had recently had to stop this support so Doris had began to struggle.
Telephone befriending restores confidence and reduces isolation for Revival customers and volunteers
Our befriending service helps customers feel their best and makes an empty house feel more like a home.
Our independent living service helps customer Eugene make his home safe, sound and full of life again
Revival | When Eugene came to us, he was at breaking point and didn’t know where else to turn. He’d had a long history with PTSD as an ex-army officer. Support Worker Jan stepped in to help.
New service launches to support vulnerable adults or carers with COVID-19
We’ve launched a new COVID-19 check-in service. Launched on 1 October 2021 and running until 31 March 2022 the service will support vulnerable adults and carers who have COVID-19 in the Staffordshire Moorlands, Loggerheads, Madeley, Blythe Bridge and Eccleshall areas.