SUPER CRO is delighted to be getting closer to launching an innovation in the mental health sector!
The Recovery Box is a small device that plugs into a television monitor. It enables users to access a range of tools and resources to assist with recovery from mental health issues and conditions.
While the Recovery Box has relevance to those with mental health conditions, we see an equally valuable applicability for mental health practitioners. For some years now there has been an acknowledged mental health crisis in rural and regional Australia, largely due to a lack of practitioners for the amount of people requiring services. This often leads to unreasonably long waiting times.
We envision that using and recommending the Recovery Box to patients can assist practitioners with the burden of appointments, particularly follow up appointments to track progress or recommend additional strategies.
Think of the Recovery Box as your tireless, knowledgeable practice partner!
Key Features and Benefits
- Lightweight and portable
- Comes with a mouse and webcam to facilitate virtual appointments
- Developed by people with real life experiences
- Sophisticated firmware ensures regular updating and currency of information
- Notifies users of upcoming mental health projects, conferences and events
- Facilitates live streaming and digital attendance ‘tickets’
- Users can continue on their Recovery Journey in privacy and in a safe space.
SUPER CRO’S VISION
To create safe places where people who have a lived experience of mental distress or trauma background can come together to support each other in furthering their recovery and join their voices to support improving mental health services.
Recovery Box is a project supported by SUPER CRO, an unincorporated association that has been granted charity status by the ACNC and is funded by members’ donations.