Derbyshire Independent Living Service goes the extra mile for grieving customer Derek
78-year-old Derek was struggling to deal with the loss of his wife. Living in the Derbyshire Dales he didn’t have any close family or friends around him and admitted that he wasn’t coping.
Volunteer Carol supports lonely people going weeks without seeing others in Stoke-on-Trent
Volunteer Carol supports lonely and isolated people across Stoke-on-Trent in their homes. She donates her time by chatting to vulnerable people who otherwise wouldn’t have any human contact.
Free fall prevention assessments to reduce hospital admissions
Revival are completing home fall prevention assessments to make sure people in Stoke-on-Trent are safe in their homes.
New approach supports hospital leavers most at risk in Staffordshire
Revival is taking a new approach to supporting customers at home by making health and wellbeing a priority.
Revival expands into Cheshire East
We're launching a new service to help older people regain confidence and reconnect with their community after COVID-19 in Cheshire East.
“I’m more confident and motivated thanks to Revival.”
Customer Edna needed help settling in at home after recovering from a broken hip in hospital. Our Home Support Team helped Enda make sure she had everything she needed to feel her best at home again.
Homeless customer Robin can now live independently thanks to Revival’s Home Support Service
Customer Robin was referred to Revival after a stay in hospital. He was due to be discharged but was currently homeless with nowhere to stay and no access to any food.
Baron Davenport’s Charity funding helps customer Paula feel her best at home again
Paula was referred to Revival after being admitted to the Royal Stoke Hospital due to anxiety and alcohol abuse. After treatment she was ready to be discharged from hospital but her financial situation meant she had no access to food or essentials meaning she couldn’t go home.
Funding will stop vulnerable people having to choose between heating and eating
Revival have been awarded funding to support vulnerable people leaving hospital in Stoke-on-Trent. The £800 funding provided by Stoke-on-Trent City Council will provide essential supplies to make sure people are warm in their homes during winter and the start of spring.