We worked with our friends at 4D creative as part of their first installation in a health care setting.
As part of a joint agreement between 4D creative and Mersey Care we worked to test out the impact of using technology to create an immersive experience for people with dementia, their carers and the practitioners involved in their care. This took place in a brand new immersive space installed in the Clarence Ward at Stoddart House in Aintree from March to August 2013. Between January and April 2014 the work continuednon Clarence Ward but was also mirrored at Sedgemoor Dementia Support Centre.
We worked with the ward staff, carers and service users to create immersive experiences that benefited them all as a whole. With particular focus upon experiences that were imaginative, accessible and participant led, we supported people with dementia to engage alongside their carers and families, with the overall aim of improving communication, interaction and care.
Award Winner 2013 – Mersey Care Positive Achievement Awards – Award for Innovation