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How mental wellbeing became central to TEC and frontline operations

How mental wellbeing became central to TEC and frontline operations

Date: 21 January 2022

Loneliness and concerns about the pandemic drove a number of sustained spikes in challenging calls to TEC monitoring centres, but the unspoken story lies in the high-level distress calls often received by TEC monitoring staff who were mainly unprepared and untrained for the proliferation of

Repositioning TEC Through a Workforce Lens

Repositioning TEC Through a Workforce Lens

Date: 6 January 2022

Where did the year go? As a child I always winced at the adults for saying that, and now every year I find myself saying the same thing. That said, as we enter 2022 it’s a great time to reflect on what has changed, what we have learnt, and what we have planned in TSA's TEC training arm. 2021 was

Proactive telecare pilot expected to reduce emergency calls to Scottish housing provider

Proactive telecare pilot expected to reduce emergency calls to Scottish housing provider

Date: 14 September 2021

Bield Housing & Care, whose moto is Free to Be , is operating a new proactive pilot project with the aim of empowering people to not only live more independently but to build connections in their local communities via referral routes and support. Called Inspire , it takes an asset-based approach

New TSA / Skills for Care film showcases how to embrace technology in social care

New TSA / Skills for Care film showcases how to embrace technology in social care

Date: 16 July 2021

A new film from TEC Services Association and Skills for Care, highlights how social care providers can embrace technology in their organisation for better outcomes for both service users and care professionals. The film follows Registered Manager Martyn Davies of Urmston Manor as he reveals how

Re-thinking the Person Professional Relationship Through the Eyes of an ICS

Re-thinking the Person Professional Relationship Through the Eyes of an ICS

Date: 25 June 2021

By Sarah Boyd, Head of Digital Experience and Transformation at Norfolk and Waveney Integrated Care System (ICS) For ever and a day we have talked about the NHS moving to a model for real person-centred care. Most of us in the NHS, and wider related sectors, understand the value that it would

How British Red Cross Workforce Embraced Digital

How British Red Cross Workforce Embraced Digital

Date: 18 May 2021

BY ROSS PITBLADDO, TECHNOLOGY BUSINES PARTNER, INFORMATION & DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY Pre pandemic some of our Independent Living (IL) teams were spending up to an hour of their working day driving back and forth to an office to check emails, to look up case notes or even to complete online elearning.

Samantha Davies brings her training expertise to the TSA

Samantha Davies brings her training expertise to the TSA

Date: 11 March 2021

Workforce needs are challenging and varied, including not only frontline workers but up to managers and commissioners, informal carers and support workers and tech innovators. Samantha Davies joins TSA as the Workforce Development Lead Consultant in March 2021, using her knowledge and insight to

Delta Wellbeing's Head of Operations & Partnerships

Delta Wellbeing's Head of Operations & Partnerships

Date: 19 February 2021

“At Delta Wellbeing we recognise the importance and value of staff training to ensure they possess the right skills needed to enable them to fulfil their roles to the best of their ability ensuring a consistent high level of service delivery to our customers at all times. To support with this, we

Welcome to TSA Academy from our CEO

Welcome to TSA Academy from our CEO

Date: 5 February 2021

At TSA we are passionate about ensuring citizens receive the highest experience of care, living lives that are enhanced and enriched by technology. Over the last year we’ve seen that it’s been through the hard work of our incredible, skilled workforce that we’ve been able to meet a greater need

The ‘J’ word; improving digital skills across social care

The ‘J’ word; improving digital skills across social care

Date: 5 February 2021

The word ‘Journey’ is an over used one; on TV, every person learning to do something new is described as being on ‘a journey’, gasping at their newly found skills and shining with pride. At Skills for Care, we understand the fundamental difference learning and development make to confidence,

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