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Tunstall hosted a number of fundraising initiatives throughout December, including a bake off and raffle. Combining money raised from these activities with the company’s annual charitable donation brought the grand total to over three thousand pounds.
Leading partner to housing and care providers, Tunstall Healthcare, will be revealing its latest ground breaking vision, which is set to revolutionise housing with care, at the Housing LIN’s Annual Conference. Communicall Vi IP is the UK’s first IP housing communications system, using digital technology to enhance the resident experience and set a new benchmark in service provision.
Paul Burstow, MP for Sutton and Cheam and former Minister of State for Care Services, recently visited Tunstall Televida’s offices in Barcelona to find out how they are using technology enabled care services (TECS) to support more than 245,000 people across Spain.
Not-for-profit support provider Dimensions is working with Tunstall Healthcare to provide personalised support through home technology. This includes a wide range of specialist telecare equipment, from gadgets that monitor people at risk of seizures to pressure and motion sensors.
The Centre which operates a telemonitoring service for Northern Ireland on behalf of the Centre for Connected Health and Social Care (CCHSC), part of the Public Health Agency (PHA), was delighted to welcome Health Minister, Jim Wells.
Tunstall Healthcare has become a signatory on the Birmingham City Council Charter for Social Responsibility which aims to ensure companies conducting business in Birmingham are contributing to the area economically, socially and environmentally.
Delegates from Leeds visited Tunstall Televida’s offices in Barcelona on the 19th November to find out how technology enabled care services (TECS), also known as telecare, are being used to support people living with long term conditions across Spain.
Tunstall have recently updated the Communicall family user manuals to clarify the calls handling procedure when using staff handsets.
Coventry City Council is launching its Telecareline service by creating a mock lounge in the Council House on December 8 to demonstrate how gadgets can help people live independently at home after hospital treatment.
Equipment includes fall detecting sensors, pill dispensers, devices to open and close curtains and controls to turn lights on and off.
Coventry Telecareline is part of a city-wide Home First strategy which aims to help people get home quickly after hospital treatment and support them to regain their independence.
Cllr Alison Gingell, Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Services, said: