Mobile telecare gives everyone the confidence to live how they want without feeling confined to their own home.
Telecare, sometimes known as lifeline or pendant alarms, is a way of offering remote care to people allowing them to continue to live independently in their own home. Through the use of a pendant, and other sensors, people with disabilities, illnesses such as dementia, or those at risk of falling, are connected to an alarm monitoring centre, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Medvivo has been providing telecare services for over 10 years and after being the first organisation to be accredited to the TSA’s new Quality Standards Framework, they are excited to announce their partnership with Oysta Technology. Working with a leader in the mobile safety and security market means Medvivo is now extending their innovative range of assistive technology into Mobile Telecare.
“Traditional telecare monitoring is a great way to make living independently at home safer, knowing that help is at hand whenever you need it. Mobile Telecare takes this to the next level by giving people the confidence to live how they want without be confined to their home, ” says Michelle Reader, Medvivo’s Director of Quality and Business Development.
By combining Medvivo’s service provision with the use of mobile technologies, the partnership plans to forge a new way of sustaining independence and delivering enhanced quality care, while reducing care costs.
Mario Zuccaro, Founder and CEO of Oysta Technology, adds: “At Oysta we also care about improving lives and focus on transforming remote welfare management through integrated digital solutions for the most vulnerable in our society. By partnering with Medvivo, who have a strong reputation for providing excellent person-centred services, we are helping families and professional carers coordinate the best possible care both inside and outside the house.”
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