"I feel empowered and more in control of my mental health thanks to Revival"
Last month our Safe and Well team made sure a local woman with mental health needs was safe at home after she'd not been seen in days. Thanks to the support from the team the woman feels empowered and more in control of her life. Support Worker Kerry explains.
Celebrating a county hospital service that helped to discharge over 750 people home from hospital
This month Revival is waving goodbye to our hospital discharge service in Stafford that helped ward staff to discharge patients safely home from hospital. To commemorate we're celebrating the achievements of our staff and service as it comes to an end.
Hospital support worker Nadia shares what it’s like to work at Royal Stoke Hospital to celebrate 75 years of the NHS
Nadia Mirza, a Revival Hospital Support Worker, is this week celebrating the National Health Service’s 75th birthday on 5 July, by sharing what her role has been like at Royal Stoke hospital over the last 8 years.
'People over 55 need to protect themselves from the fatal sun'
Service Team Leader, Mark Cliffe shares how the sun is too much for many and is riskier for someone who's older or who has health problems. His important guidance could help prevent you or a loved one from getting seriously ill this summer.
Revival team step-in to prevent unnecessary hospital stay
Last month, Revival tradesmen stepped in to help Royal Stoke Hospital patient Pauline* return home, preventing a needless weekend stay. Service Team Leader Mark says the selfless actions of his team could have potentially saved the NHS £1,600 in one hour.
Volunteers week: a thank you to all our amazing volunteers
This volunteers week Head of Wellbeing and Support, Julie Russell pays tribute to those people and says they would’ve been lost without their help.
“I didn’t want to go into hospital, but thanks to the support I received from Revival I’m so glad I did”
71-year-old woman praises the help of Revival for helping her live independently at home after a hospital stay.
A carer in need: Revival steps in to help carer look after his bed-bound wife
Earlier this year Revival stepped in to support a carer that was temporarily unable to care for his wife helping to prevent a stay in costly respite care.
‘When I needed an Angel, God sent me Revival’
72-year-old Albert was referred to Revival after being in and out of hospital. Ward staff had previously made him well enough to be discharged home, but each time he was eventually brought him back into hospital. Read how Revival stepped in to prevent any further readmissions.