"Fun and Activities"

About: Rampton Hospital / National High Secure Healthcare Service for Women

(as the patient),

At Rampton High Secure hospital this day pleased many People. The day was full of Joy, Fun and Activities for me; I loved every minute of it. I really feel like it was a good day I did not stay for Long but I seen what fun all had with the different games and activities on to enjoy. The Weather was also nice for the event. I think its important to have a sports day and to include and welcome other people because it helps and its Theraputic and sends a positive message that its never to late to start to be sporty and fitness and health is important and fun for all of any age. The Staff at Rampton do want to help all the Patients to achieve goals big and small and wellbeing is important for mental and Physical health. The Sports day helps promote and send out a positive message. This is the main thing that happens for people to get well physically and mentally. People can get hung up on Fitness at Times, they think its too hard but sports day was fun and being fit and healthy can be fun to a natural High but not too much just enough to stay stable but not overdo it

Responses

Response from Kath Alder, DRC Manager, National High Secure Services for Women, Day Care Services, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 7 months ago
Kath Alder
DRC Manager, National High Secure Services for Women, Day Care Services, Rampton Hospital,
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Submitted on 22/08/2019 at 14:42
Published on Care Opinion at 14:42


Thank you for this posting and for your positive feed back. All the patients, staff and visitors have said what a fantastic day we had. The DRC Staff are looking forward to planning sports day next year already which will be just as good. Im glad you enjoy all the activitiesa we offer at the DRC, I hope we reach out to all patients in womens services.

Thanks again

kath

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Response from Sue Baker, Day Unit Manager, Diamond Resource Centre, Womens Services, Rampton Hospital 7 months ago
Sue Baker
Day Unit Manager, Diamond Resource Centre, Womens Services,
Rampton Hospital
Submitted on 22/08/2019 at 14:51
Published on Care Opinion at 14:51


What a lovely positive posting, Thankyou. I agree with your comments about how therapeutic sports can be for levels and abilities. And to enjoy it and have fun is always a bonus!!

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Response from Peter Wright, Executive Director, Forensic Services, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 7 months ago
Peter Wright
Executive Director, Forensic Services,
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Submitted on 22/08/2019 at 21:35
Published on Care Opinion at 21:35


Thank you for this. I was really moved to read what you said. Thank you for these encouraging words! It sounds great - I'm sorry to have missed it.


With best wishes.

Peter
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Response from Louise Dobson, Quality & Improvement Lead, Assoc Dir Nursing Forensic, Rampton Hospital 7 months ago
Louise Dobson
Quality & Improvement Lead, Assoc Dir Nursing Forensic,
Rampton Hospital
Submitted on 23/08/2019 at 12:08
Published on Care Opinion at 13:15


I agree - we had such a laugh didn't we? Count me in for next year - 3 legged race again please!

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