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Jan 15, 2024

Using Sleep Patterns to Identify Changes in Resident’s Wellbeing

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For adult social care services  

Series 1 of 4 

Using Sleep Patterns to Identify Changes in Resident’s Wellbeing 

Date: Wednesday 31st January - 11am

 

About this webinar:

This webinar was the first in a series of four sessions exploring the benefits of integrating Ally resident monitoring system with Person Centred Software Connected Care Platform to help care homes deliver the best, proactive and individual approach to care for residents so they are healthy and happier for longer

Combining Ally with PCS’s wider care suite helps complete a key part of the care picture for residents by giving care homes an understanding of resident’s care needs and wellbeing when they are alone in their room.

 

What was covered:

  • How to improve resident's sleep
  • Acting on wellbeing changes early 
  • How to help residents sleep 50% longer
  • How to identify the root causes of any sleep changes and discuss action you can take
  • How to measure improvements 

 

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Hosted by: 

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Andrew Coles

Chief Product Officer 

Andrew has 16 years of experience working with well-known social care software solutions; he is passionate about how innovative technology can help maximise the effectiveness of the support people require and make a real difference in their lives.  

Andrew's focus at Person Centred Software is to ensure that every staff member working in care is continually supported with the tools they need to help them provide better person-centred care and achieve better outcomes for those receiving care. 

 

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Rhys Kidd-Scannell 

Head of Sales 

Rhys joined Person Centred Software in May 2018 and is responsible for working with care providers across the UK to help drive outstanding care through innovative software solutions which improves the lives of everyone involved in social care. He is passionate about digital transformation within the care industry as he believes, through a person-centred approach to the use of technology and data, it dramatically improves the quality and safety of care.  

 

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Thomas Tredinnick

CEO of Ally Cares

Thomas, formerly an aerospace engineer turned innovator in resident care for UK homes. He founded Ally Cares to address staff challenges, using AI, motion, and sound tech to reduce falls by ~55%, hospital admissions by ~20%, and free up ~40% of staff time, according to NHS Digital. He is committed to shaping a more efficient future for UK care


 

January 15, 2024

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