Extensive research and investment is being carried out into the use of assistive technologies in social care. Innovations range from socially assistive technology such as Amazon Alexa and Softbank Robotics’ Pepper robot, which is already being trialled at care facilities in the UK, to a growing array of physically assistive robotic systems.
Warning the following blog may contain cricket! I wrote this blog at the beginning of August having digested the excitement of the cricket World Cup. My esteemed marketing colleagues at everyLIFE saw it had a cricket flavour and consigned it to the LBW (Let the Blog Wait) tray which maybe worth revisiting on a slow […]
BOGOF!, Super Special Mega Offer!, More Reasons To Shop At! All things that you would possibly associate with high street grocer Morrisons. But care provision? That’s hardly something you’d expect to pick up in aisle four next to the self-raising flour.
Last month Panorama’s Care in Crisis documentaries threw a stark light on the funding crisis facing the care sector. Now that the dust is settling and attention is already being diverted, it is important to ensure that the issues raised, and still very much present, are none the less addressed.
everyLIFE’s vision has always been to see outstanding care being provided by a connected and empowered global care community. Part of this vision means building trust in care through innovative technology solutions.
Digital transformation in care is a hot topic right now, from cloud computing, to robots helping the elderly in care homes. Whether you see this as a positive or a negative, one thing is clear: the UK’s largest integrated health and care event, the Residential and Home Care Show at the ExCel, London on June […]
Social care suppliers are increasingly working together towards the Holy Grail of universal digital software adoption in a sector with the unenviable reputation of being a laggard when it comes to technology.
Few issues are more contentious or emotive than the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and, more specifically, robots in care.
In the wake of our excitement in having discovered Dentures, Guns & Money: The Diary of a Home Care Worker, by Rita Nemo, with Julian Hutchings, we decided that we wanted to know more. While the book gave us an insight into Rita’s life and the struggles care workers face, it also brought up so […]
It’s always very rewarding coming away from an interview with a customer I am writing a case study for. Working mostly at a desk, behind the scenes and largely removed from day to day contact with customers, it’s reassuring to see the PASSsystem up and running out there in the real world, displaying on their dashboards […]