Create a playlist of music and voice messages for someone in hospital or care.

People can be left for long periods of time without any friends or family to communicate with when they are in hospital or in carehomes.

WithYou enables you to easily create a playlist of messages, and send it digitally to the nurse or care staff who can play it to your loved one.

How it works:

1

Register as a key contact & create a playlist

If an account has not already been set up for your loved one, you can select which hospital they are being cared for in and can create an account.

This account is where you will collect the audio to be played at your loved one’s bedside by their care team.

2

Invite friends and family to contribute.

As the Key Contact who manages the account, you are responsible for inviting others to contribute. The more people you tell, the more messages you’ll collect for your loved one. You can also upload songs and images.

Each time someone leaves a message, it arrives in your account.

3

Finalise the playlist and hit send.

The playlist will arrive in a dedicated NHS inbox as a simple URL, so all the care team has to do is open it on any device connected to the internet and play it to the patient at their bedside.

Services provided by

St Richard's Hospital, Chichester, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Trust
Worthing Hospital, Worthing, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Trust
Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Trust
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust
AbbeyField - Jim Gillespie House
Oxford University Hospitals
North Bristol NHS Trust
Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
Whittington Health NHS Trust

Are you a healthcare professional?

If you'd like to offer WithYou to your patients and their families, please complete our Partnership enquiry form


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