Tunstall is delighted to contribute to the Housing LIN’s (Learning and Improvement Network) most recent report, the TAPPI Inquiry report.
The TAPPI (Technology for our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation) Report sets out ten practical principles to build technology into housing in a way that improves life for our ageing population and gains widespread support.
Following a six-month inquiry by the Housing LIN, in which the Panel heard from over 30 experts and people with lived experience, the Panel’s ‘Big Insights’ identified both the success factors and barriers to integrating technology into housing and care.
Tunstall was represented on the panel, and its work with Delta Wellbeing along with its support for the County Councils Network’s Assistive Technology Report are featured.
Tunstall has been at the forefront of technology innovation for the health, housing and social care markets for over 60 years. Its pioneering software, hardware and services enable new delivery models which can transform services across the care continuum, and empower people to live independently and with an improved quality of life.
Tunstall works with social care providers, healthcare services, housing and retirement living providers and charities in 22 countries, improving the lives of more than five million people, including those living with dementia, learning disabilities, physical disabilities and long-term health conditions.
Tunstall’s innovation-led, person-centred Connected Care and Health solutions connect people and integrate services, enabling early intervention to avoid or mitigate adverse events, and improve outcomes. As technology advances, we have the capability to not just react to events, but to predict and even prevent them, using data-driven insights. The Tunstall Cognitive Care™ approach can help to create intelligent, personalised care programmes and effectively allocate resources, making sure those in need have the right levels of support and reassurance.