Real Life Options

Enhancing Tom’s life with Connected Care

Lowri and AinsleyLowri Fon-Jones and Ainsley Bowles, Telehealthcare Development Consultants blog about personalising Connected Care solutions.

One of the biggest challenges in social care right now is being able to deliver high quality, personalised care and support within the existing resources. Many providers are now required to reduce the cost of their service delivery and are needing to create different, more cost efficient but effective ways of working.

So how about […]

From telecare to holistic support

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Sarah Sims, Project Manager for Real Life Options, talks about learning from the Transformation of Residential Care Homes (ToRCH) project.

At the end of last year I wrote about ToRCH and Real Life Options, a national voluntary organisation providing support for individuals with learning disabilities. ToRCH is all about increasing choice and control for the people we support through the personalised use […]

Using telecare to promote independence

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Leonie is a 30 year-old mum from Coventry who has a learning disability. Leonie receives 12 hours of support each week from Real Life Options, a national voluntary organisation dedicated to providing person-centred support for people with learning disabilities. Leonie’s package of support includes help to attend appointments and events, as well as help with shopping and managing finances. However, a challenge arose when Leonie […]

By |February 14th, 2014|Case studies|1 Comment

ToRCH: blazing a trail for personalised telecare services

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Sarah Sims is Project Manager for Real Life Options, a national voluntary organisation that provides support for individuals with learning disabilities. In this series of blogs, Sarah discusses Real Life Options’ Transformation of Residential Care Homes project (ToRCH) and introduces stories from the people it involves. The aim of ToRCH is to increase choice and control for the people Real Life Options supports and the project is being […]

By |December 4th, 2013|Features|0 Comments