What is a Positive Room?
It is a bright, comfortable and functional area for children who are currently patients of child health centres and hospitals. So that’s the place where kids can have fun, read, catch up with school classes, practice their creativity and most importantly get positive emotions that can help them to recover more quickly.
Why "Positive Room 2.0"?
During 2016-2017 we launched firstly such project in Clinic of Endocrinology and Diabetology for Children, 2a T. Chałubińskiego St., along with Pozytywne.com - Association that implements those changes in children's units of Polish hospitals. Having such a good experience, we decided to continue working on this project in children's hospitals in Ukraine and create a Positive Room for small patients in four Ukrainian hospitals at once.
In which hospitals do we create a Positive Room within the framework of the project?
Ivano-Frankivsk: Department of Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Meningitis for Children of Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Phthisio-Pulmonary Center, 6 Zhelekhivskoho, St.
Rivne: Ophthalmologic Department of Rivne Regional Children's Hospital, 60 Kyivska, St.
Dnipro: Department of Reconstructive Surgery with acute cancer beds of Dnipro Regional Children's Clinical Hospital, 13 Kosmichna, St.
Kharkiv: Pediatric Department for children with rare diseases and multiple developmental defects of Kharkiv Regional Children's Clinical Hospital, 5 Ozeryanska, St.
1) to develop a design project of the room;
Kharkiv: Design project is developed. More details regarding the current process of realization are on Facebook page.
2) to do construction and decoration works;
Appropriate works are in progress in Rivne, Dnipro and Kharkiv and are completed in Ivano-Frankivsk.
3) to furnish and decorate rooms, supply with devices, toys, etc.
Ivano-Frankivsk: The room is decorated and supplied with all necessary furniture, but we are in progress with devices and toys.
4) to do rooms’ grand opening. Briefing.
Ivano-Frankivsk: The room opening is planned for December 2018.
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Іvan Leshko – SoftServe VP Client Success, recently released his book “Common sense по-українськи”. All costs from sold books will be transferred to our charity project Positive rooms 2.0. Buying this book you will have the possibility not only to grow leader in yourself but also help us to create bright, comfortable and functional areas - Positive Rooms - for children in 4 Ukrainian hospitals (Ivano-Frankivsk, Rivne, Kharkiv and Dnipro).
Part of necessary costs was also gathered in cooperation with IT Weekend Ukraine Conference and QMO Conference. The organizers of both conferences donated 25% of sold ticket's price for the project`s realization!
During #GivingTuesday initiative - November 27th - our partner Nash Format transferred 20% of all the purchased books of Nash Format publishing and 10% of all the purchased books of other publishing houses that are represented on Nash Format website for implementation of this project.
SoftServe BAO Team conducted the course `Business analysis for information processes` in Lviv Polytechnic National University (direction `System Analysis`, specialization `Business Analysis`) and all the funds that they have received from state budget as a salary for conducting the course were donated to our charitable project Positive Rooms 2.0.