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RIS Products support Marie Curie Hospices.



RIS Oral Healthcare specialist have been responsible for providing training, advise and ongoing support to Marie Curie Hospices and hospice at home staff throughout the UK.

The sessions have been well attended and very well received and has highlighted and improved staff’s knowledge and awareness of the importance of effective oral care. Which has subsequently improved patients quality of life.

Find out more about Marie Curie Hospices


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oraNurse by RIS Products are pleased to sponsor
NEBDN's Special Care Dental Nursing Award.

The National Examining Board For Dental Nurses run a group of post registration examinations for dental nurses one of which is the 'Certificate in Special Care Dental Nursing'. The award is awarded to one dental nurse each year who reaches the highest standard in the examination.

To select the winner each course provider around the country will nominate their dental nurse and then the committee will review these and select a winner against a group of set criteria. This has never been an easy task! The award is given to the dental nurse who submits the best record of experience for the year.

The award reflects how much work the dental nurse's put into this document. They currently complete 20 studies of their experiences with a mixture of special care patients, three expanded case studies where they demonstrate their special role in caring for these patients, demonstrate key practical skills and their understanding of treating patients in situations.

Find out more about NEBDN


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RIS Products are pleased to be Gold sponsors of The Magic of Play Appeal.

The Magic of Play Appeal is a new fundraising appeal, led by East & North Herts Hospitals Charity. It aims to install and equip a new playroom on the Children’s Unit at the Lister hospital in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.


The current playroom is a 25 year old portakabin which is no longer suitable to meet the complex needs of sick children and young people in our region. The new, larger playroom will include a dedicated area for children with cancer, a space designed specifically for teenagers, improved access for wheelchair users and a sensory area for children and young people with learning disabilities.


Over 3,000 children and young people are cared for on the Children’s Unit each year. With the help of the local community – individuals and organisations – we aim to raise £250,000 to create a safe, fun and friendly space which reminds young patients of their favourite playroom rather than a hospital.


Find out more about The Magic of Play Appeal to help sick children in our region.


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RIS Products are pleased to sponsor the Willow Foundation

The Willow Foundation is the only UK charity to provide positive and life-enhancing special days for seriously ill 16 to 40 year olds.

Every special day aims to provide beneficiaries and their loved ones with a break from the realities of their diagnosis and treatment. At a time of uncertainty, spending quality time with family and friends can help restore a sense of normality, boost confidence and create precious memories for the future.

The charity defines seriously ill as any condition that is life-threatening. This includes cancer, motor neurone­disease, cystic fibrosis, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, Huntington’s, organ failure and many others. All applications must meet the charity’s medical criteria and be endorsed by a medical professional involved in the individual’s care.

Willow strives to create a unique and unforgettable day that is tailored to the needs and dreams of every beneficiary. He or she chooses exactly what they would like to do on their special day and Willow aims to meet and, wherever possible, exceed their expectations, making the day truly special and memorable.

To find out more or get involved please visit the Willow Foundation Website.
 
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