Date: 17 September 2019
Tag: Assisted Bathing, Assisted Bathing Design, Care Industry News, Innovation in care, Innovation Partners, Reval Sustainable Wellbeing, WCS Care
Displaying everything that is outstanding about their care, WCS works with selected partners, which, when combined with their values-based approach to care, help WCS ensure that every day is well lived for residents.
The inspiring environment at the Innovation Hub uses a range of tools, services, and products to enhance the dignity, choice and independence of residents, Reval’s Transcare luxury spa baths were chosen to make assisted bathing an experience of wellbeing and relaxation rather than just being part of a personal hygiene routine.
Jason Ashman, managing director at Reval says: “We are delighted to have been selected as part of the WCS Innovation Hub as an example of best practise. Residents’ can now benefit from a more immersive experience, relax under warm, bubbling water. Combine this with the mood lighting, aromatherapy scents, and music, you can understand how wellbeing really is at the top of our agenda.”
As England’s first care home provider to have six homes recognised as outstanding by the Care Quality Commission, they’re often asked how they do it. In response, WCS has created an Innovation Hub at Castle Brook, which provides the opportunity to share their best practise approach with other providers, whilst demonstrating systems and services in action, in a real-life care setting.
Reval’s vision is to transform the lives of those people living with health and mobility challenges by promoting hygiene and rehabilitative solutions that focus on the safe and dignified needs of each individual and the overall impact on their sustainable well-being.