everyLIFE Technologies Set To Attend Scottish Care Homecare Festival

everyLIFE Technologies Set To Attend Scottish Care Homecare Festival

everyLIFE Technologies, the owner of the digital care management service PASS, is attending this year’s virtual Homecare Festival held by Scottish Care, taking place from 15th to 17th June.

The event is set to highlight the importance of housing support services and home carers that provide aid to older and vulnerable citizens.

The festival will host delegates from within the Homecare and Housing Support sector including the NHS, Health & Social Care partnerships, regulatory bodies, the Scottish Government, leading care providers, and researchers and academics. Owners and managers from locally owned smaller providers will also be attending, along with local authorities and the Scottish Care National Team.

The event also represents a unique opportunity to explore the latest developments in the homecare sector. Attendees can share interests and explore future collaborations across the three days. Delegate sessions will convene throughout the day, as well as networking opportunities with delegates, speakers and suppliers.

everyLIFE will be sponsoring the event on Wednesday 16th June, which is themed around “Workforce First: the critical role of homecare workforce” in a small gesture to acknowledge the continued hard work carers have provided before and during one of the most challenging years for the sector to date.

Looking ahead to the festival, Duncan Campbell, Scottish Lead at everyLIFE Technologies, said:

“We are delighted to be attending the Homecare Festival, we recognise that housing support services and home carers make up a vital part of the social care sector which we are very keen to support.

“At everyLIFE Technologies, we are proud to be sponsoring the second day of the festival: Workforce First. Ensuring that those who work within the homecare sector are supported and can carry out their responsibilities safely, efficiently and with the information they need is vitally important.”