The magic table 360 has been developed to cover a broad spectrum of healthcare challenges and to engage with patients in many hospital and healthcare settings.
The magic table 360 can project on to floors, ceilings, tables and even bed sheets. It’s effective in communal spaces as well wards and individual rooms.
It’s this flexibility which has helped us to reach 2,000 people during the spring / summer lockdown of 2020, combining the effectiveness of the programme with our new Covid-19 processes, including contactless set up, delivery and training.
In addition, we’ve recently added a series of breathing and relaxation games which have been pioneered by a number of hospitals across the UK for Covid-19 recovery and used by physios and OTs to aid general recovery of long-term patients.
You can find more about the features of the magic table 360 here.
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We’re working with St George’s Hospital in London, North Bristol Hospital, NHS Fife, Forth Valley NHS and many others to help with patients’ overall wellbeing; aiding relaxation and reducing anxiety and stress.
We deliver these outcomes to the NHS through the Happiness Programme to enhance patients’ overall wellbeing and happiness. It combines a portable 360-degree interactive projector – or magic table 360 – with various training and reporting services.
In all there are over 60 proven research claims into interactive lights for those with cognitive challenges, including dementia. It’s also been shown to reduce the need for some medications including PRN and also aid mobility and recovery.
We’re currently working with hospitals who are using it a variety of different care settings including in recovery wards, ITU’s and, as Royal Stoke University Hospital has pioneered, for older people and dementia.
It can reduce anxiety in pre-op and maternity and NICU as well as in radiology/oncology and orthopaedics/trauma.
And we’re continuing to develop the games we have, with regular new game releases catering for adults and children with and without cognitive challenges.
An insight from Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health trust
As part of an initial appraisal, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust requested feedback from the staff and patients that were using the magic table 360.
Here are the highlighted responses from patients:
- 100% of patients wanted to continue using the magic table 360
- 83% of patients said they were happier after playing on the magic table 360
And here are the highlighted responses from NHS staff:
- Over 80% said patients had shown a motivation to participate
- 83% said they’d seen an increase in physical outcomes
- 67% said they’d seen an increase in overall levels of concentration
- 50% said they’d seen an increase in cognitive engagement
Reporting is a key part of the Happiness Programme (you can find out more about our reporting here) however these results were conducted internally by the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust and we thank them for sharing the results with us.
Contact us to find out more
We’re helping NHS trusts, hospitals and health centres across the UK.
Speak to our team today about how the Happiness Programme could help your patients.
Wide number of clinical uses across older people services, ITU’s and recovery wards
Lightweight mobile projector for use in communal spaces, shared wards and private bedrooms
A 360-degree projection for use on bed sheets and ceilings as well as specific relaxation games designed to aid recovery
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