News from Alertacall plus articles and insights on how to enhance outcomes for people with higher needs in the housing, health and social care sectors.
The conference focuses on the crucial role housing plays in delivering better outcomes for population health and explores in depth, the ways in which social care, health and housing can take a more collaborative approach.
Speakers include Jon Rouse, Chief Officer, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership; Merron Simpson, Chief Executive, New NHS Alliance; Professor Martin Vernon, National Clinical Director for Older People and Person Centred Integrated Care, NHS England; and Terrie Alafat, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Housing; plus many others besides.
Using best practice examples and looking in detail at the latest policy developments for housing and health, key topics covered in the conference programme include:
- links between mental health, wellbeing and appropriate housing
- importance of diversifying the existing housing offer in any locality
- why we should consider different types of homes to meet people’s needs, as they evolve throughout their life
Delegates will be able to come and talk to members of the Alertacall team at our stand to discuss our full range of daily contact services which offer far-reaching benefits for both housing, social care and health providers and the people they provide services for.
Alertacall’s services include:
- Housing Proactive increases contact with residents with higher needs for more effective housing management. The service operates 365 days a year, enhances resident communication, improves reporting on housing-related issues and delivers service efficiencies.
- Envosense is a simple to install, low cost environmental sensor service which reduces repairs bills through the early detection of issues, protects against the risk of homes not being habitable, and helps identify potential fuel poverty or arrears.
- WellBeing Proactive supports faster, safer discharges of vulnerable patients from hospital to home. Daily health checks can be performed remotely for early detection of changing needs, more timely interventions and reduced re-admissions. Personalised messaging promotes independence, enabling scarce health and social care resources to be deployed where most needed.
- Clever Contact supports people’s safety and independence at home without wearing a device. Its ingenious method promotes dignity, choice and wellbeing with friendly human contact available whenever its needed. When contact isn’t established, personalised escalation plans facilitate rescue – all for less than £3.50 per week.
For more information on the conference or services above, call Luca Malatacca, Client Relationship Manager, on 0808 208 1234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org