Campaign: Your favourite existing health app

Moodscope - measuring your state of mind (and alerting friends)

A 'website-based-app'; - an easy and innovative way to measure, track and record comments on your state of mind, allowing you to see what things in life bring you up/down - your results can be sent to friends and carers, alerting them if you're down - the process of self-measuring in this way in itself seems to help self-awareness, maintenance of balance, and recovery (see the tremendous comments below) - the daily ...more »

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Rally Round

Rally Round helps carers seek and co-ordinate practical help from family and friends - fetching the shopping, cutting the grass, mending the dripping tap etc. It can also help reduce loneliness "Can someone please pop in Thurs after 2pm to see John, as he's been on his own for 2 days". Rally Round is at www.rallyroundme.com and a video tour is at www.rallyroundme.com/tour The 'state of play' for each person being helped ...more »

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OASIS - Online Mental Health Support

OASIS - Online Access to Services, Information and Support is in development to provide online support to people in mental health and wellbeing. As many as 1 in 4 of us experience some form of mental health condition at some time in our lives. The OASIS project is being developed by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT). We will review and signpost other online mental health apps, so if you are developing ...more »

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Alert mental health sufferers & carers to a possible episode.

Use software in mobile phone system to track changes in a client's - tone of voice, - regularity and speed of calling and texting, - even vocabulary usage, and thus recognise when their thought patterns are becoming abnormal, e.g. they may be entering a depressed ('flat'), anxious, angry, manic or psychotic phase. Then use this information to (a) alert the client, giving valuable self-awareness (e.g to take pre-emptive ...more »

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