Technology

During the current health crisis, we have maintained the care visits with our shielded customers and our live-in care clients and their carers to minimise the F2F contact with them but to stay connected.

​Video Care Visits

Care visits have been traditionally face to face (F2F) however with the use and benefit of technology video care visits are now an additional option. We are now offering the technology comprising of a tablet and a secure internet router or a bespoke App that can be downloaded onto your own smart phone.

During the current health crisis, we have maintained the care visits with our shielded customers and our live-in care clients and their carers to minimise the F2F contact with them but to stay connected.

​Connected Care

Sensor technology can also be installed in the homes of vulnerable clients, with automatic alerts set to inform us or chosen family members of any concerns caused by missed medication or disturbed sleep patterns and significant change of eating habits.

Identify risk factors for falls and enables early proactive intervention because sedentary older people are at greater risk of falling and of sustaining a more severe injury if they do fall due to muscle weakness and poor balance. Not eating and drinking regularly can cause fatigue in the short term and confusion, muscle weakness and a lack of coordination in the long term. All of which increase the risk of falling.

I would like to express my thanks to Ann Mason Care (AMC), especially Ann, Jan and the team who have supported me over the past 12 months

I first met Jan for an assessment whilst I was in hospital and she helped me plan my reablement programme and we agreed  a live in carer would be the best to ensure I was supported as initially my needs were more complex.

Jan ensured all my carers had the required skills and were scheduled for when I returned home from hospital.  Close liaison with the hospital discharge team and visiting specialist took place and my discharge went ahead smoothly.

After 3 months my family met with Jan to discuss my improving health. Following a careful assessment, a decision was taken to reduce my care needs to 3 visits a day

When I needed an emergency hospital procedure Jan again responded and liaised with my family to reinstate Live in care allowing me to recover minimising complications with my recovery

After 9 months of face to face care visits I was enthusiastic to participate in new technology enabled care (TEC) with scheduled remote video calls.  I enjoyed these calls and we chatted to establish that all essential aspects of my self-medication and diet were progressing satisfactorily.

I am now happily living independently and still enjoy my weekly TEC calls with the great team at Ann Mason Care

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We would like to employ local experienced carers to become part of our team delivering high quality personal care and domestic support to people in their own homes in the local community.