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Realising the Full Potential in Care

Realising the Full Potential in Care

Date: 30 June 2022

TEC Services Association (TSA), the national voice for technology enabled care, comments on the UK Government's latest published plan for digital health and social care. The Department of Health and Social Care has published this week the plan for digital health and social care . Coming hard

How technology can and must support us all to live better, for longer

How technology can and must support us all to live better, for longer

Date: 30 May 2022

By Professor Roy Sandbach OBE, TAPPI Chair and former Director of the National Innovation Centre for Ageing, Newcastle University I had a conversation recently, on Twitter, with someone who desperately wants to maintain an independent life for their 91-year-old father following the crisis of a

What does a great responder service look like?

What does a great responder service look like?

Date: 20 May 2022

MD at Taking Care Steve Gates believes while the national ambulance crisis is unquestionably challenging, it also provides huge opportunities for collaboration and solutions for TEC, NHS & communities . It was great to be able to meet face to face again at the ITEC 2022 conference in Birmingham

Why the Future of Technology Enabled Care is in the Hands of the User and Carer

Why the Future of Technology Enabled Care is in the Hands of the User and Carer

Date: 22 April 2022

Clenton Farquharson MBE, Chair of TLAP (Think Local Act Personal) a nd co-Chair of the TEC Action Alliance believes that people with lived-experience will be the ones to shape the future of technology enabled care. For too long, decisions around care technology have been made for individuals,

ITEC Conference 2022: Making TEC Ergonomic and Brave

ITEC Conference 2022: Making TEC Ergonomic and Brave

Date: 8 April 2022

We’ve just returned from the TSA’s ITEC Conference in Birmingham after two years of forced absence, and I don’t think they could have chosen a more relevant theme for the challenges we face - ‘Unlocking Personalised Outcomes: Life and Living Empowered by Digital Care.’ From my perspective,

TLAP and TSA launch new alliance to increase co-production in technology enabled care sector

TLAP and TSA launch new alliance to increase co-production in technology enabled care sector

Date: 29 March 2022

TLAP and TSA launch new alliance to increase co-production in technology enabled care sector Two national care bodies have joined forces to ensure that tech suppliers and care providers involve people, families and carers more closely in the design and development of digital care services and

Why technology-enabled housing is critical to getting care and support right

Why technology-enabled housing is critical to getting care and support right

Date: 2 February 2022

Last year the Prime Minister announced that from 2022, all new homes built in England will be legally required to have an electric vehicle (EV) charging point. As someone who has recently bought an EV, I consider this an important step forward in the fight against climate change. Demand for clean

Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are?

Date: 11 January 2022

Eve Solomon, TSA’s Communications and Marketing Manager kicks off a new blog series highlighting some key marketing and communication tactics for success in the digital health and care space. If you’ve ever started a business, you’ll know all too well that in the early days there are more

How everyday tech supports my son to live the life he wants

How everyday tech supports my son to live the life he wants

Date: 10 January 2022

Rachel Mason, family carer and self-directed futures consultant shows the creative use of social care funding can be achieved with person-centred care technologies directed by those using the tech. Meet Shaun. “Alexa, open my curtains.” “Alexa, how do you make an omelette?” Digital gadgets are

Are people getting the home care they need? It’s becoming a question of data.

Are people getting the home care they need? It’s becoming a question of data.

Date: 6 January 2022

Paul Botsford, Head of Assisted Living Technology & Services at Beanbag Care, assesses the pivotal role of data within Care and how it plays into the vision set out in the recent Adult Social Care Reform Whitepaper - 'People at the Heart of Care'. The Government has finally published its long

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