Cumbria Technology Enabled Care Event Thursday 18 June

This event will showcase the latest developments in technology enabled health & social care products & services. There will be discussions about how professionals can use technology in the redesign of Health and Social Care in Cumbria. This will build on the telecare work already undertaken by Cumbria County Council as well as the telehealth pilots that have taken place around the county and further afield.

It will be held at the Rheged Centre Redhills, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0DQ, between 13:30 – 16:00 on Thursday 18th June.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • New tools available from the NHS Commissioning Assembly – the Technology Enabled Care Services Resource;
  • How to use technology to enhance health and social care priorities such as prevention and well-being, remote consultations, managing long term conditions, independent living at home, winter pressures, mental health and dementia care.

The event will feature opportunities to meet local and national suppliers and find out about local technology services and projects currently in development.

The Cumbria Rural Health Forum will also be conducting a number of interviews giving you the perfect chance to express your views regarding Technology Enabled Care Services

If you are interested in attending this event, please visit  to register here.

If you have any queries regarding the event, please get in touch with the TSA via or 01625 520 320.

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  1. Good afternoon,
    I am writing to see if there is any speaker or exhibiting opportunities at your upcoming event.
    Yecco is a technology and software company that is currently involved in a digital inclusion and early intervention project with Leeds City Council, CCG and local Neighbourhood Network Scheme. The project aims to achieve the inclusion and wellbeing of isolated and lonely people, mainly older and living with medical conditions, through the power of the Yecco private social network. We have integrated clinically graded medical devices and a range of sensors to enable self-care, remote monitoring to avoid hospital admission. Within 3 weeks we achieved a 35% avoidance of hospital admission. As well as a patient and carer app, we offer a professional app with a clinical dashboard to enable health and social care professionals to set alerts according to a patient’s care plan. At present Yecco is one of the only digital platforms that provides a patient focused hub which enables multi-disciplinary working to help safeguard patients placed at greatest risk, whilst also enabling patients to monitor their own vital signs. The project has been very successful and we are now about to extend it to 8 GP practices through CCG funding and care homes.

    We would be keen to attend and talk about the outcomes of our project with Leeds City Council.
    I look forward to your response.
    Kind regards,