This employee-led film was produced for the NHS South East Coast to give an update on the progress it made over a 12-month period, during which it implemented a change programme. The film translated the data into meaningful results, showing what the commitment to improving patient care meant – it also covered the breadth of the services offered by the NHS in the region.
Swim4Life is part of Change4Life – a society-wide movement that encourages everyone to make changes to their diet and activity levels in order to reverse the growing trend of obesity and obesity-related illnesses.
Children really enjoy swimming, but parents need to get involved to make swimming a regular part of their child’s life. This resource reinforces the importance of exercise and provides practical guidance by suggesting exercises and games they can do with kids of all abilities.
This film is primarily targeted at parents with younger children (0-11) and those who are pregnant or attempting to become pregnant. The DVDs are included within a printed pack of the Swim4Life toolkit for partners. The call-to-action film and the some of the 11 films showing easy-to-learn games are all accessed through the change4life website.
The second of the two-part docu-drama, set in a care home and picks up on the same family some years later where the problem has progressed and is now late stage dementia. This is aimed at Health & Care providers across the UK to improve the quality of specific care given to BME groups and understanding of some of the barriers that prevent the delivery of effective care.