Simple Stuff Works are proud to announce the launch of our Remote First Assessment Service.
‘Whilst this crisis has brought unprecedented challenges both for people and society, I have been very impressed by your ‘online assessment process’ and would highly recommend you and your company. Your support and attention throughout has been excellent.’ Ben, physio.
Over the last few months we have been finding a ‘New Normal’ which has allowed us to speed up our assessment processes and enabled you to get equipment to families in a safe and efficient way.
When we receive a request for an assessment we will invite you and the family to participate in a fully secure video assessment delivered from our dedicated telehealth suite. Here we will be able to establish the key issues affecting you and collaboratively find relevant equipment solutions. We will also plan your set-up and your review process so you can be sure you have all the support you need to get the most out of your equipment.
If needed we can also support remotely whilst you, as the responsible clinician, visit a family to provide face to face intervention. If all these options have been tried and you feel you need us to visit in person we will be happy to if all PPE is provided.
This system has cut waiting times for assessments from weeks to days, in some cases hours! It has improved support for families during those initial few weeks of equipment use and mitigated risks of teething problems.
Excitingly, it will also help us as an organisation to save an average of 208 tonnes of carbon emissions a year with this change in working practice, furthering our commitment to reduce our impact on the environment.
To find out more about what to expect from your Remote First Assessment download this presentation.
We hope you are as excited as we are for us to begin delivering our assessments Remote First and we look forward to supporting you all post-Covid19 and beyond! To book your assessment simply email email@example.com and for further information please read our Remote First statement here…