I’ve been taken to task for ignoring a couple of weeks ago this item from e-health-insider: £130m for telecare and home help (read the comment too). But, given the experience of the Preventative Technology Grant, does anyone other than the e-health-insider headline writer believe that any of this funding will be spent on telecare? There was no reference to telecare in the Queen’s speech itself, or in the No10 gloss on the Personal Care At Home Bill. Will be interested to hear what Telecare Aware readers think, Steve.
Telecare, sheltered housing, social care
Noting your post the following conceptual model introduced through a website and blog –
– may be of interest? I posted today about the current debate about sheltered housing and wardens:
Originally created in the UK by Brian E Hodges (Ret.) at Manchester Metropolitan University –
Hodges’ Health Career – Care Domains – Model [h2cm]
– can help map health, social care and OTHER issues, problems and solutions. The model takes a situated and multi-contextual view across four knowledge domains:
Our links pages cover each care (knowledge) domain e.g. INTERPERSONAL:
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Community Mental Health Nurse for Older Adults,
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