Property technology innovator Secure has announced that it is hosting a new round of Talking Care: The Business webinars, aimed at UK businesses delivering home care, in December.
The webinars aim to help home care business operators navigate the rapidly evolving world of home care innovation, and better understand how technology can unlock growth and profit.
Home care businesses can now use 24/7 monitoring to identify and even predict challenges and customer emergencies (such as falls and ill health), allowing for a more responsive service and the better management of people and resources through automated scheduling. Care businesses can also benefit from real time customer feedback and useful new revenue streams made available through the latest web connected devices.
The free webinars will include an expert line-up of speakers covering topics including, how technology will improve a wide range of aspects of home care and help reverse the increasing care gap caused by an aging population.
Paul Botsford, Head of Assisted Living Technology at Secure, explains: “Secure has recently launched Beanbag care, a range of home care solutions, and we’ve learnt that commercial home care businesses face their own unique set of operational and financial challenges.
“Our aim is to help explain how the latest generation of intelligent web-connected devices are changing the industry, by gathering and analysing data from customer homes and allowing carers to make better decisions.
“We ran the first series of Talking Care: The Business webinars over the summer, and the feedback we received was that people wanted more webinars over a range of days and times to make it easier for people to get involved. So that’s exactly what we’ve done.
The Talking Care: The Business webinars are on the following dates:
To register, please click on Talking Care: The Business and choose the webinar slot that best suits.
Secure has been developing innovative precision property technology since it was founded in 1987, and currently has over eight million devices installed in homes across the UK.