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Martin Farrow: “There is no quick fix” | Tech Care EP. 7
28.06.2022

Martin Farrow: “There is no quick fix” | Tech Care EP. 7

Martin Farrow shares his story and challenges some of our inherent beliefs. Who’s actually social care’s “customer” and what can technology offer? What is the difference between (...)
Jasmeet Rai & Adam Hutchinson: What do care providers think about technology? | Tech Care EP. 6
23.06.2022

Jasmeet Rai & Adam Hutchinson: What do care providers think about technology? | Tech Care EP. 6

We are joined by Adam Hutchison and Jasmeet Rai for our 6th episode! Both are well-versed in social care matters, having experienced the challenges of rising costs, workforce issues and a lot more in (...)
The PDSA Cycle: How to make an improvement stick in a busy day
15.06.2022

The PDSA Cycle: How to make an improvement stick in a busy day

You make changes because they promise an improvement of some kind. But how do you know if things are better than before?
Neil Eastwood: Can tech help solve the workforce crisis? | Tech Care EP. 5
11.06.2022

Neil Eastwood: Can tech help solve the workforce crisis? | Tech Care EP. 5

In this episode, Neil Eastwood is telling us about the current recruitment situation and how technology is helping providers stay afloat.
Sue Jones & Jane Townson: What you are selling is peace of mind – not gadgets | Tech Care EP. 4
04.06.2022

Sue Jones & Jane Townson: What you are selling is peace of mind – not gadgets | Tech Care EP. 4

The home care sector has the highest vacancy rate ever which makes every day challenging. Our guests Sue Jones and Jane Townson discuss what can be done in this episode of Tech Care.
Caroline Green: Why human rights matter for social care tech | Tech Care EP. 3
28.05.2022

Caroline Green: Why human rights matter for social care tech | Tech Care EP. 3

You do not want to be on the opposing side of a human rights discussion with our guest today. Caroline Green holds a PhD in Gerontology, an MA in Investigative Journalism and an MSC in Human Rights.
The benefits of documentation in your care service
24.05.2022

The benefits of documentation in your care service

Documentation will always have a part to play in care services, but what are the benefits of it? And how can you use it even better?
Geraint Thomas: A social care geek’s story | Tech Care EP. 2
21.05.2022

Geraint Thomas: A social care geek’s story | Tech Care EP. 2

Listen in to understand more about the current digital landscape and find out how data will evoke an even greater change for social care.
Evidencing care and being focused on outcomes. Like cats and dogs or best friends?
17.05.2022

Evidencing care and being focused on outcomes. Like cats and dogs or best friends?

Data has become somewhat of a bad word in social care. A cold number in a spreadsheet? Assessed by a director that’s not even near your care home. How does this reflect your care and effort?
Katie Thorn & Daniel Casson: Are we on the verge of a digital revolution? | Tech Care EP. 1
14.05.2022

Katie Thorn & Daniel Casson: Are we on the verge of a digital revolution? | Tech Care EP. 1

Now, if there are two people who really know what's going on in digital social care, these are your go-to people.
How to listen to the Tech Care Podcast
01.05.2022

How to listen to the Tech Care Podcast

In 2022, we joined forces with Sanghamitra Chakravarty to start the Tech Care Podcast. A podcast about our two passions: Social care and technology.
The Younas Family and National Care Consortium go digital
16.09.2021

The Younas Family and National Care Consortium go digital

The Younas Family and National Care Consortium (NCC) has chosen Sekoia as their digital care planning system for their care homes. They offer a range of services from residential and nursing homes to (...)