Housing Association IOT case studies

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Phil Reynolds, Owner/Animator, Philanimates Limited

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Working with frontline staff to both suggest and trial new technologies within a structured feedback process pays dividends for residents care as well as corporate innovation and learning. • Explain how we, as a cross functional team, introduced a number of new technologies for our residents, some were experimental, others became part of the service. Some residents took an active part in these experiments. • With budget pressures increasing, headcount is under pressure, maximising productivity is vital and growing staff confidence and digital dexterity is key to achieving that. Frontline staff are also under ever-increasing pressures, with an ever-growing range of technologies to learn and use. Convincing residents of the need for new technology can be very challenging for a wide range of reasons, so finding a range of ways of engaging them in the change can be very powerful. • To effectively introduce new operational technologies, we need to engage with and harness the enthusiasm of frontline staff, partners and residents, working with the IT team to implement change effectively. In this webinar we will explore a number of case studies: • where we planned, introduced and then deployed new assistive living hub technology into supported/sheltered housing. • where we tried out different approaches to reducing falls by residents • where we used IOT to help the family of a resident whose tendency to wander caused worry for his family.
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