Home Instead supports new tech Alliance

We are proud to be one of the corporate partners funding the new TEC Action Alliance.

This new body has been set up by Think Local Action Personal (TLAP), a partnership dedicated to making health and care more personalised, and the TEC Services Association (TSA), the representative body for technology enabled care (TEC) services across the UK.

The new Alliance will ensure that tech suppliers and care providers involve people, families and carers more closely in the design and development of digital care services and products – something we wholeheartedly support at Home Instead.

Jeremy Hughes CBE, former Alzheimer’s Society CEO, has been appointed as director of the TEC Action Alliance, reporting to co-chairs, Clenton Farquharson MBE, Chair of Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) and Alyson Scurfield, CEO of the TEC Services Association (TSA).

Our CEO, Martin Jones who is a Trustee of TEC Services Association (TSA) said, “The Alliance will allow a broad range of people, including families and carers, to have a direct input into how technology is used to support people to remain in their own homes.

“What’s more, the Alliance will bring public, private and voluntary sector organisations together as well as connecting them with government departments. The end result will be a more joined-up process with the people who require care sitting at the centre.”

Read more about the news here.