I feel as though I was part of one of the last generations to experience childhood with limited access to the world of social media. I remember hearing stories of Myspace, but my young mind couldn’t comprehend what this meant. I was too busy devouring books and playing with toys and, besides, we didn’t own a computer until I turned at least twelve.
Theme: Exploring the Development and Ethics of Technology in Social Care.
Join over 200 prominent delegates, decision-maker, across social care (and Health), technology experts and those with lived experience for an inclusive sector led the conference in exploring the ethics of using digital technology in care with the core focus on the person.
In the last month, we celebrated the PASSsystem fifth birthday. Over this time, we have recorded over 400 million care tasks, with over 1000 home care and residential care businesses. We are privileged that we now support in excess of 75,000 care professionals in their work every day.
The United Kingdom Homecare Association’s event at London’s Institute of Directors, December 3rd, explored the opportunities offered by digital technologies to improve transparency, quality and efficiency.
UKHCA are hosting an event on Digital Solutions for Homecare for homecare providers. explore the many opportunities offered by digital technologies to improve transparency, quality and efficiency across the full care planning and delivery cycle.
UKHCA are aiming this event at providers near the start of their digital journeys who want to learn more and make sure they are getting the most out of their digital tools.
Last month saw the publication by the Care Quality Commission of its major annual report, the State of Care. This comprehensive and detailed research takes the pulse of the nation’s health and social care sectors, outlining, amongst other things, how services have improved or deteriorated in terms of care quality.