Our websites improve the quality of nursing home relationships. This benefits the residents, staff, family, volunteers and other people involved in ensuring the best possible health and wellbeing of elders.
Beyond improving the quality of interactions and therefore relationships between stakeholders, think of a person-centred website as a new member of staff who brings a positive spirit and efficiency improvements to the organisation.
What do we mean by person centred websites?
Person-centred means making people and their preferences the priority, rather than an institution and its voice. This change in mindset is a huge departure from the brochureware approach which the industry has been bogged down with. The website is now a part of the overall service of a nursing home.
The site is a tool to help recruit new volunteers, while also sharing information to help plan and organise activities where they are involved. Volunteers provide an invaluable service that should be recognised and showcased on the site.
A little about us
We bring sector knowledge as specialists in improving digital experiences for nursing home stakeholders. This knowledge is augmented by a desire to understand your organisation and specific challenges.
Our approach to project management and ongoing support is tailored for you, with the recognition that needs will evolve.
We have extensive technical expertise that we are happy to share using straightforward language. We believe in a simple and elegant design that’s enjoyable to interact with.
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Would you like to schedule a free 30-minute consultation? We'll explain how a project process works, show examples of previous projects and learn more about your priorities.
Why Lifelong Inspiration builds person-centred nursing home websites
Our first initiative in the aged care sector, True Doors, provides a person-centred service and solution that improves the lives of people with dementia. We’ve been fortunate to complete projects with nursing homes in sixteen countries over the last five years.