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The Good Governance Institute (GGI), together with Tunstall Healthcare, has launched a new discussion paper “Keeping the NHS Great, Delivering Technology Care Enabled Services” which looks at the barriers to the deployment of technology enabled care services and makes recommendations for policy makers.
Shropshire Council has created a collaborative partnership with the Tunstall Advisory Service, which is central to its assistive technology strategy, and a key part of the council’s plans to transform adult social care by maximising personal independence through reduced reliance on traditional services.
Today Paul Burstow MP is announcing the findings of the Demos Commission on Residential Care (CORC).
The support is very diverse - anything from a serious emergency, such as a possible heart attack or fire, to everyday questions such as when the carer is due or a problem with heating.
Tunstall Healthcare, the leading provider of technology enabled care services, has launched a new advisory service to help commissioners and providers navigate a clear path towards the mainstream implementation of technology, in order to realise the many benefits of telehealthcare.
Tunstall Healthcare, the leading provider of technology enabled care services, has signed an agreement with European critical connectivity company, CSL DualCom, to deploy the DualCom SafeLink® network monitoring device as part of its provision to housing and social care providers.
Liz Kendall MP Leicester West and Shadow Minister for Care and Older People visited Tunstall Response this week, one of the UK’s largest telecare and telehealth monitoring centres, to see for herself the amazing impact these services have on people’s lives.
Tunstall Healthcare will be showcasing its range of technology-enabled care services at this year’s CIH Housing conference and exhibition in Manchester, which have been designed to help providers respond to residents’ individual needs and enable flexible, efficient delivery and management of care and support services.
85 per cent of people would want to stay living at home for as long as possible if diagnosed with dementia, and yet a third of the general public wouldn’t know where to find information about how to make their home suitable, finds a YouGov poll commissioned by Alzheimer’s Society. Today (June 17, 2014), the charity launches a landmark guide to improve access to life-changing technology which could enable people with dementia to live independently for longer.