If you work in social care, it is highly likely that you work long, anti-social hours and that any spare time that you have is precious. Why would you want to invest your rare and valuable time at social care trade shows which only seems to have the potential to add to your workload?
The world is constantly moving forward and everyLIFE is no different. We work to evolve our product because it ensures that we can provide a system that has the ability to fulfil consumer needs into the future. Digital care can only advance and we are delighted to be at the heart of the action. In the name of progress, we’d like to share with you a bit of a timeline of our platform’s progression over the years.
Press Release: June 2018 – everyLIFE Technologies, a scale-up that provides digital care plans to the domiciliary and residential care market, has closed its latest funding round of £2.9 million through a mix of additional Series A equity and debt financing. This round brings the total raised by the company to £10 million and was led by Robin Batchelor, everyLIFE’s Chairman and cornerstone investor.
Press Release: February 2018 – Winners from the five award categories were all presented with their Awards on Tuesday 6th February, which was kindly supported by Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network (KSS AHSN). We were honoured to have Dr Adrian Bull, Chief Executive, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust as our Guest Speaker.
Press Release: June 2017 – everyLIFE Technologies, leading creator of intelligent care platforms, today announces the availability of openPASS – a smartphone application that enables families to stay better connected with their relatives receiving homecare or in a care home. The app can help people feel more in control, alleviate feelings of guilt or helplessness and, ultimately, improve the quality of care delivered to their relatives.
Two entirely unrelated conversations over the last couple of weeks, (one with some CQC folk, the other with a London borough council) have flagged up the potential impact of digital care planning systems that is rather greater in reach than we’d previously ever considered.