We are specialists in digital care, assisted living technologies and technology enabled care services.
We work with service providers, monitoring centres, service commissioners and product developers to help them deliver improved products, services and outcomes for their customers.
Our team has a successful background in developing award winning and market leading telecare technologies to help support and maintain well-being and independence.
We also have a track record of helping our clients to develop and deliver effective technology enabled care services.
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What they say about us …
"Thank you for a very thorough product evaluation. We are really pleased with the final report and would be happy to recommend you to others, or commission you to do similar work again in the future."
"I wanted to take the opportunity to thank T-Cubed for the excellent work carried out on the North Wales Telecare Regionalisation Feasibility Study. The Project Management Board has formally signed off the first phase of the project and noted that the project had achieved a high quality study."
"We have already seen the benefits for staff of being able to use the Telecare EPG to find the most appropriate telecare solutions for meeting the needs of service users with complex needs."
"The Telecare EPG is the most amazing resource which in the ideal world everyone should have access to. It’s uniqueness and comprehensiveness make it unparalleled."
"In my role as Telecare Champion, the Telecare EPG has enabled me to quickly and easily research and identify the most appropriate equipment to support informal carers in their caring role. The results have been quoted as providing peace of mind to the carers and additional independence to the person they are caring for."
"The Telecare EPG gives prescribers the tools and knowledge to take advantage of new developments that will support the ambitions of local authorities in the North East to keep people safe and well in the community."
"The Telecare EPG is a great resource, we definitely want to re-subscribe."