Digital Assets and Digital Legacy Framework
Our Digital Asset and Digital Legacy Framework has been developed to support professionals when supporting those nearing the end of their lives with areas relating to the internet, social media and connected devices (like mobile phones, computers etc). It also provide guides and support that may be of use when supporting the recently bereaved.
We work with charities and not for profits to develop toolkits, support and engaging training material.
Posters, public and professional awareness leaflets
A range of digital assets and digital legacy resources that we have developed can be accessed, downloaded and used for free from here
The aim of ‘TalkCPR’ is to improve communication and dialogue between patients and their healthcare professionals with regard to Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Orders (DNACPR). In order to allow this difficult area to be communicated a website and a number of videos were created.
Screenshot from TalkCPR website
TalkCPR is used by the general public to ensure that they make the most informed decisions about CPR and DNACRP. It is also used by healthcare professionals as a tool to improve their confidence in talking about CPR and discussing DNACPT with their patients.
Photo of the TalkCPR website being used to train CPR professionals at the NHS Velindre Centre, Wales
The Digital Legacy Association have provided regular support and consultancy over the last six months or so for the campaign. We also built and designed the Talk CPR websites ensuring that the content was available in both English and Welsh. TalkCPR won an NHS Wales Award for the Improving Quality Using Improving Quality Together (IQT) Methodology
Photo of the TalkCPR team at the NHS Wales Awards in Cardiff
Photo of the NHS Wales Award for the ‘Talk CPR Discuss DNACPR toolkit.
Advance Care Plan
The Digital Legacy Association work worked with Byw Nawr, NHS Wales, The National Council for Palliative Care and Hospice UK to develop a comprehensive Advance Care Plan website and series of videos for the general public. It was launched at Byw Nawr’s annual conference in Wales by the Welsh minster for health Vaughan Gething AM.