The goals of the Recovery and Wellness Initiative (RAWI) were to support recovery and wellbeing to assist with upgrading work capacity and to promote return to work and empower the client to independently manage her condition. A key focus was the improvement of the client’s mood and wellbeing measured with questionnaires delivered at regular intervals.
Sessions were conducted via TeleHealth due to COVID-19 restrictions. The client was also subscribed to our digital health and wellbeing platform, AltiusLife. One of AltiusLife’s many features is setting individualised “Life Actions”. The client’s personal “life Actions” included:
The client was prompted to complete certain “Life Actions” daily through notifications sent to her phone. Additionally, the client accessed evidence-based articles within AltiusLife, which provided proven strategies and tools for the client to implement, such as:
As a result of the exercise treatment sessions, the implementation of AltiusLife and the completion of daily “Life Actions”, the client demonstrated remarkable progress in her condition which was evidenced by not only her significantly improved outcome measures at the cessation of treatment but also her reported improvement in her health and wellbeing.
|Measure||Initial Score||On RAWI Completion|
|DASS21: Depression||9 indicating moderate||2 indicating normal|
|Anxiety||8 indicating severe||5 indicating normal|
|Stress||13 indicating severe||5 indicating normal|
|WHO5 score||12/100 indicating extremely low wellbeing, mood and quality of life.||76/100 indicating high wellbeing, mood and quality of life.|