Jim Ellam Staffordshire County Council How Technology Can Help Deliver Personalised Care

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>Jim Ellam</p> <p>Staffordshire County CouncilHow Technology Can Help Deliver Personalised Care'If you always do what you've always done, then you'll always get what you've always got.</p> <p>so if you want what you've never had you have to do what you've never done...'</p> <p>Assistive Technology </p> <p>any device or system that allows an individual to perform a task that they would otherwise be unable to do, or increases the ease and safety with which the task can be performed. (Royal Commission on Long Term Care 1999). TECS refers to the use of telehealth, telecare, telemedicine, telecoaching and selfcare in providing care for patients with long term conditions that is convenient, accessible and costeffective. It has the potential to transform the way people engage in and control their own healthcare, empowering them to manage it in a way that is right for them.</p> <p>Training, cultural change and service transformation Embed TECS in Care PathwaysMaking best use of existing technologiesUnderstanding potential and limitations of new and emerging technologiesAdopting and implementing new technologies</p> <p>"Switched-on" generation switched off to life-changing care technologyCarers UK report,Potential for Change,shows that while over 7 in 10 UK adults routinely turn to technology for banking, shopping and communications, only 3 in 10 are embracing health and care technology to help care for older or disabled relatives.</p> <p>TECS </p> <p>Jane felt isolatedJane struggled to remember numbers.She only rang her family and friends when others helped her dial the number.She had to plan making a call.</p> <p>Until she changed her phone</p> <p>3 daughters one had nevber moved and mum remember her number but not other 2 daughters now she can ring each one by presing photo7</p> <p>Johns Life prior to managing his medication</p> <p>frequent severe seizuresParamedics called out to my house regularlyForgetting to take medsFear of going out with friendsAbsent periods in the dayDesire to do voluntary work Fear of having a seizure while @ workInvasion of my privacyi.e carer visitsSocial care visits twice dailyDependence on care staff to assist with meds9These are Johns words describing how life was before he got his medication under controlOutcomes for JohnImproved independence &amp; gained control of his life.Significant reduction in episodes of seizures Improved lifestyle Improved ability to manage day to day activities: housework, tenancy issues, personal hygiene etcNow able to go out with friends and undertake meaningful activities in the communityImproved communicationImproved confidence and self esteemUndertakes voluntary work weekly</p> <p>10John has now got his life back on track, he is happy he has reunited with his friend and his family are delighted at his progress.He now has a girlfi riend and has the confidence to get work experience and is looking for a job.</p> <p>Assessment, Risk and Reassurance</p> <p>Community Alarms &amp; Telecare</p> <p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KB3TNTXyIxI#action=share</p> <p>Using GPS technology</p> <p>FIND</p> <p>SETTING A BOUNDARY</p> <p>A Personalised Approach to Information and Advice </p> <p>....... Informing .......Acting!</p> <p>Supporting ........ Helping People to help themselves http://www.memyselfandigame.co.uk/</p> <p>https://www.staffordshiremarketplace.co.uk/http://www.staffordshirecares.info/Homepage.aspx</p> <p>Equipment for easier livingHelp at homeDomestic Services</p> <p>http://asksara.dlf.org.uk/</p> <p>http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Pharmacy/Pages/Pharmacyhome.aspx</p> <p>Sharing learning &amp; best practice</p> <p>It was incredibly useful and gave me new insight into these services and how healthand care, and public and private sectors, are working together in your area to develop the use of TECS Diana Paine</p> <p>Partnership Working</p> <p>Jim Ellam</p> <p>jim.ellam@staffordshire.gov.uk</p> <p>07966857526</p>