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Telecare in Wiltshire Roger Hall MBA Project Manager
Telecare in Wiltshire Introduction AM –Video and Conversation –Discussion PM Wiltshire Telecare –Underpinning Approach & Strategy –Future Direction
Telecare in Wiltshire Video of Service User Conversation –Nicky Kinge Dementia Project Manager Selwood Housing –Carol Carer
Telecare in Wiltshire Roger Hall MBA Project Manager
Telecare Directions Original Approach Current Strategy Where we are going next
Telecare- Original Approach Preventative Technology Grant Original Pilots including Dementia Pilot Evolution Current Strategy
Telecare- Current Strategy Co-ordinate Service- Control Centre Buy Equipment- Procurement Contract Assess, Supply & Maintain Equipment - Provider Respond to Alarms- Control Centre & Response Service
Telecare- Current Strategy Control Centre- Care Connect Salisbury Procurement Contract- NHS PASA Assess & Fit Equipment- Ridgeway & Selwood Response Service- WMS
Telecare- Pilot Pilot Limited Geography Offered within current Care Plan arrangements Inclusive Dementia Focus Complex Issues Evaluation Roll Out
Telecare Dementia Focus Current Service Users Benefits Plans
Telecare- Future Engage and Encompass Telehealth –Coherent and Cohesive Service –Financial Benefits Roll Out Wiltshire Wide
The Government’s Assistive Technology & Telecare Initiative Denise Gillie Department of Health.
Telecare in Portsmouth- ‘Moving into the mainstream’. 27 th March 2008 CHAIN Event- Coventry 27 th March 2008 Health Improvement and Development Service.
1 Delivering the outcomes that service users want Integrating assistive technology into supported living services for people with learning disabilities.
Telecare regional support Working with local authorities to focus on delivering an enhanced telecare offering to service users and executing targeted pilots.
Service User and Carer Engagement Patricia Clark Carers Scotland.
Introducing telehealth into practice: Unit C4. Learning outcomes By the end of this section, you will be able to; – Identify the key challenges associated.
Developing Patient based Telehealth services Dr Nicholas Robinson MA MRCGP Clinical Director Long Term Conditions.
Commissioners Network 12 th Jan 2011 Domiciliary Care workstream update Catherine Pascoe South West Dementia Partnership.
Telecare and PTG in the Region Eastern Region Housing LIN 9 th October 2006 Cambridge Dyllis Faife Service Development Officer Assistive Technology Norfolk.
TRAINING SESSION ONE Overview What is Telecare and Community Alarm Role of Regional Communications Centre (RCC) Assessment Process How to Refer.
National Framework Agreement for Telecare Presentation by: Paddy Howlin Category Manager - Mobility and Telecare CSIP Housing Learning Improvement Network.
HELP TO LIVE AT HOME Improving Services for Older and Vulnerable People Living Well with Dementia – October 2011 V1.
Connected Health View from Scotland Prof George Crooks OBE Dublin November 2014.
Audit Commission Presentation Smart Solutions - effective use of assistive technology Graham Brownsell – Health Specialist Making a Difference – Housing.
Understanding the Adult Social Care Financial Challenge.
HASC Presentation 30 June 2010 Michael Williams. This has been a challenging year as the leadership team at corporate and departmental levels have changed.
The Transformation of Social Care Janet Walden 13th November 2008.
DH Housing LIN Virtual Care Village Eileen Waddington – Independent Consultant Peter Woodhouse – Cumbria County Council.
Supporting Young Carers Hannah Needham Head of Early Help and Partnerships Worcestershire County Council 1.
Integrated Health and Social Care across Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole Better Together Programme Dorset and South Wiltshire Local Workforce Development.
Moving from an accommodation based service to Floating Support Nigel Fain Head of Care and Support Services The Community Housing Group South West Housing.
Common Assessment Framework for Adults Demonstrator Site Programme Event to Support Expressions of Interest.
Care and Support White Paper. Overview The Care and Support White Paper was published alongside the draft Care and Support Bill and a progress report.
September 2012 Health & Social Care Reform Intermediate Care – where we are now and where are we going Damon Palmer – Health & Social Care Integration.
SmartCare Marlene Harkis Service Development Manager Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare.
Training to care for people with dementia Dementia Training Partner logo here Training support Skills development Competency Assessment Scholarships Education.
FROM CARING HOME TO SMART HOUSE A NEEDS LED EVOLUTION D A Bradley †, S Levy † & S J Brownsell ‡ † School of Science & Engineering University of Abertay.
March 2012 Social Care Reform Integration – where we are now and where are we going David Behan – Director General Social Care, Local Government and Care.
How Telecare / Assistive Technology Works.... Sensors are installed around the property to monitor a variety of possible scenarios.
Care Act and Carers Clare Gilbert, Nottingham City Council. Penny Spice, Nottinghamshire County Council.
VP2 CLIENT DESIGNED SOLUTIONS Lee Chant. 2 DELIVERY - A CHANGING LANDSCAPE Customer buying profile has changed Desire to outsource piece’s of work Desire.
Donna Henderson Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare 23rd February 2012.
West London CCG Commissioning Intentions 2015/16 1.
Community Support Health and Community Services Barry Fearon Senior Commissioning Manager.
Bath and North East Somerset – The place to live, work and visit SEND reform in B&NES – moving on at 16+
THE CHALLENGES WE FACE PARTNERSHIPS COMMISSIONING INTENTIONS.
Implementation of GPG – a practical viewpoint Anne Reoch Clinical Lead Stroke and Cardiovascular Diseases Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare (NHS.
Better Outcomes, Better Futures Sue Neilson, Depute Director Adults Care Inspectorate.
IMPROVING OUTCOMES AND SUPPORTING INNOVATION Dr Margaret Whoriskey Director, Joint Improvement Partnership Board.
Carers Services in Hounslow. Five organisations have come together to deliver support Hounslow carers : The Alzheimers Society Crossroads West London.
Quick Guide to the Care Act 2014, Section 4 (and related Guidance)
Supporting lives, connecting communities Suffolk Adult Care – Developing a New Approach In Conversation with Adult Social Care PVI providers February.
C H I L D R E N A N D A D U L T S Intermediate Care and Reablement Strategy Market Event 26 November 2015.
Ray James President Personalised, coordinated care supported by technology in 2025 What would it look like?
Trevor Single Chief Executive Officer Telecare Services Association United Kingdom.
Rosanne Brown (1), Jim Briggs (2) Richard Curry (2) (1) Portsmouth City Council (2) Centre for Health Care Modelling & Informatics, University of Portsmouth.
Raising standards, improving outcomes, promoting excellence in health and care Telecare, assistive technology and telehealth. South West Dementia Commissioners.
Malnutrition Prevention Programme Sue Hawkins and Michelle Smith Purbeck Locality, Dorset.
Care in the Home for Older People Care in the Home for Older People-July 2006.
1 Stockport Dementia Strategy Understanding and living healthy & well with dementia Prevention / awareness Early diagnosis, information & advice Living.
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