TEC Programme – Guidance for 2016-2018

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This guidance note sets out arrangements for the allocation of the Technology Enabled Care Programme funding over 2016/17 and 2017/18, totalling approximately £20 million – access here: TEC Programme – Guidance for Years 2 and 3 – 04 December 2015 (Final) We are seeking submissions from organisations, working in collaboration with their partners who can […]

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Readiness Assessment for Technology Enabled Care

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This checklist has been produced as part of the TEC Programme, and is designed to prompt reflection on your readiness for adopting technology enabled care.  It builds on other checklists developed by the JIT, in particular on partnership working. It has been adapted from a published study of factors which influence successful adoption of technology into […]

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New Falls Prevention & Management Tools

News

A Scottish conference on Falls Prevention was brought to a standstill today (Wednesday 30 September) when a group of older people performed a flash mob dance to 80s Banarama pop hit “It Ain’t What You Do (Its The Way That You Do It)”. The group, from one of North Lanarkshire Leisure’s Strength and Balance Exercise […]

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Assessment of the Critical Success Factors for Mainstream Adoption of Technology-Enabled Care in Scotland

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Download now: TEC CSF Workshop – Final Report – July 2015. Within the TEC Programme, the 18 Critical Success Factors for Mainstreaming Telemedicine Deployment in Daily Practice, along with its Self-Readiness Assessment toolkit, have already been adapted into a Readiness Assessment (Version 1) to support the implementation of TEC within local partnerships.  This ‘Scottish version’ […]

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Transform Community Development – Seagate Project: Supported Accommodation – A key to the future

Examples of Practice

This an Examples of Practice illustrating how initiatives and ways of working in housing, housing support and homelessness services have significant positive impact on the health and wellbeing of those people being supported and contribute towards the nine national health and wellbeing outcomes for Integration.

This practice example is based on Larry who is currently living at the Seagate Project, which offers tenancies and secure occupancies to individuals who have suffered from severe and enduring mental health issues. Larry’s life had been a succession of admissions to mental health establishments all over the country. As these admissions became longer and more regular it was agreed that he would benefit from living in supported accommodation within the community.

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