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TSA & ADASS Regional Virtual Engagement Events

TSA & ADASS are working together to promote the integration of technology enabled personalised care into the care systems of the future.

The recommendations from our joint Commission were published at this year’s ITEC Conference and have started a national debate with heightened engagement involving senior officials and social care leaders.

This autumn, we are running 5 regional virtual events that will engage with policy makers and commissioners, shaping the future of integrated care for populations and communities.

The virtual events will be held throughout November and early December reaching out to more than 500 key decision makers in health and social care in the following regions: The North-East; Yorkshire and Humber & the North-West ; Midlands; London; South-West

Event Structure
Each of the 5 regional virtual events will be comprised of two, 2-hour virtual sessions.

The morning session, which will run from 10:00 - 12:00, will have a strategic focus, where we will hear from regional Directors, Digital and Technology leads and Heads of Service around the successes and the challenges they are facing within their particular region.

The afternoon session, which will run from 13:00 - 15:00, will be an Innovation Showcase, where up to 10 organisations will have the opportunity to present to regional leaders on how their solutions can help support the delivery of outcomes in social care. Innovation showcase presentations will showcase solutions that can support in the following areas .

1. Technology Enabled Care supporting hospital discharge, step-down and reablement
2. Enabling solutions to support Learning Disability & Mental Health needs in the community
3. Use of insights and data driven evidence to deliver effective proactive outreach
4. Supporting independence and slowing progression of need in supported housing and residential care
5. Supporting effective falls management through the application of enabling technology solutions and services

Book Now to secure your place on these upcoming virtual engagement events.






People must own and control their health and social care data and enable access by the right people at the right time

11 November
10:00 - 12:00 & 13:00 - 15:00

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session and view speaker slides

Yorkshire and Humber & The North-West

Digital infrastructure, skills and approaches in social care must improve so individuals and the care workforce can maximise digital opportunities.

16 November
10:00 - 12:00 & 13:00 - 15:00

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session and view speaker slides


Technology enabled services need to be proactive and co-produced with people, their families and carers

18 November
10:00 - 12:00 & 13:00 - 15:00

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session and view speaker slides


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30 November
10:00 - 12:00 & 13:00 - 15:00

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For over 60 years, Tunstall has pioneered technology that enables people, including those with dementia, learning disabilities, physical disabilities and long-term conditions, to live as independently, happily and healthily as they can.

We work with social care providers, healthcare services and housing providers globally, helping them to transform services to become more person-centred, preventative and efficient.

As technology advances, our solutions don’t just react to events, but can predict and even prevent them using data-driven insights, creating more intelligent and connected support.


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The company is on a mission to put people in control of their own lives, accessing professional support only when they need it – Improving lives, addressing health inequalities, and supporting people into education and employment.





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