Butterfly Scheme


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Butterfly Scheme

A parallel version of Scheme for the BBN Butterfly computer.
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They have a 'Butterfly Scheme' which means that a small discreet blue butterfly is placed behind the patients bed who have dementia, enabling all staff to offer a positive and appropriate response to people with memory impairment.
The Butterfly scheme and This is Me initiative help ensure the needs of dementia patients are recognised in hospitals and ensure patients have an individual care plan.
It will also enable the hospital to be involved in the national Butterfly scheme to help identify patients with dementia more easily, complementing the work already taking place throughout the trust.
The "Butterfly Scheme" at the Royal Infirmary is a simple way of highlighting patients who need a little extra help.
Creator of the Butterfly Scheme, Barbara Hodkinson, said: "When a person with dementia is taken into hospital family members or their carers are asked for information about that person's specific care needs, then this information is used to better support the patient while they are in hospital.
Blodau teulu yn unig ond derbynnir rhoddion yn ddiolchgar er cof tuag at Sefydliad Y Galon, Diabetes UK a The Butterfly Scheme ar gyfer gofal Dementia trwy law'r ymgymerwr Ifan Hughes, Ceiri Garage, Llanaelhaearn.
LIKE all the really good ideas the simplest is often the most effective and the Butterfly Scheme at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary is certainly that.