Home 
is 
where 
the 
Care 
is. 
Smart 
Systems 
Summit, 
London, 
October 
2014 
h=p://www.hvm-­‐uk.com 
Dr 
Richard 
Cur...
Smart 
Homes
The 
future 
smart 
home
Assisted 
Living
Market 
IntersecLon 
and 
Convergence 
Smart 
Homes 
and 
Assisted 
Living 
share: 
• Desire 
to 
improve 
Quality 
of 
Li...
The 
connected 
home 
& 
community
Health 
& 
Care 
Journey 
ConfirmaLon 
Professional 
advice 
sought 
& 
Needs 
confirmed 
Care: 
Low-­‐ 
intensit 
y 
(own...
Components 
of 
an 
AL 
Service 
Safety 
and 
security 
monitoring, 
e.g. 
Bath 
overflowing, 
gas 
leL 
on, 
door 
unlock...
Warm Neighbourhoods® 
AroundMe™ 
Advanced Digital Institute 
warmneighbourhoods@ifocus-dallas.com
What is Warm Neighbourhoods® 
Today I live 100 miles 
away, how do I do know 
mum’s OK ? 
AroundMe™ Service? 
100 years ag...
Warm Neighbourhoods® 
AroundMe™ Pilot 
Use of connected home sensor technology to provide support and 
reassurance to an e...
Warm Neighbourhoods® 
AroundMe™ Pilot service 
– Customers love it ! 
“I find it brilliant! It sends a positive message th...
CapabiliLes 
Strength 
Weakness 
Smart Homes capability and 
research base 
Small scale, no major builder 
involved 
Assis...
Market 
Development 
• Technical, 
organisa?onal 
& 
commercial 
issues 
to 
address 
• How 
do 
we 
construct 
the 
joint...
Contact 
Details 
Richard.curry@sehta.co.uk
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CIR is proud to present the takeaways from the Smart Systems Summit 2014 at the prestigious Institute of Directors in Pall Mall, West London 1-2 October. This year's programme was truly excellent, with over 30 speakers.

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  1. 1. Home is where the Care is. Smart Systems Summit, London, October 2014 h=p://www.hvm-­‐uk.com Dr Richard Curry, E-­‐Health Development Director, SEHTA
  2. 2. Smart Homes
  3. 3. The future smart home
  4. 4. Assisted Living
  5. 5. Market IntersecLon and Convergence Smart Homes and Assisted Living share: • Desire to improve Quality of Life (QoL) of resident • Communica?on infrastructure Home Area Network, HAN Wide Area Network, WAN
  6. 6. The connected home & community
  7. 7. Health & Care Journey ConfirmaLon Professional advice sought & Needs confirmed Care: Low-­‐ intensit y (own home) Needs met by advice, equipment, or H&C services 3 Care: Medium-­‐ intensity (own home) 4 Needs met by increased level of H&C services Care: High-­‐ intensity, short-­‐ term (not at home) Needs met by 24hr residenLal care Care: High-­‐ intensity, long-­‐term (not at home) Needs met by 24hr residenLal care Awareness RecogniLon of Increasing frailty/ needs 1 2 5 6 Exacerbation Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Lowest Level of Need Highest
  8. 8. Components of an AL Service Safety and security monitoring, e.g. Bath overflowing, gas leL on, door unlocked InformaLon & communicaLon, e.g. health advice, triage, access to self-­‐help groups, feedback. Personal monitoring: • Physiological signs • Ac?vi?es of daily living Electronic assisLve technology, e.g. environmental controls, doors opening/closing, control of beds Improving func.onality Mi$ga$ng risk The individual in their home or wider environment
  9. 9. Warm Neighbourhoods® AroundMe™ Advanced Digital Institute warmneighbourhoods@ifocus-dallas.com
  10. 10. What is Warm Neighbourhoods® Today I live 100 miles away, how do I do know mum’s OK ? AroundMe™ Service? 100 years ago I could have checked on my elderly mum as I walked to work The Smoking Chimney
  11. 11. Warm Neighbourhoods® AroundMe™ Pilot Use of connected home sensor technology to provide support and reassurance to an elderly/vulnerable end user and their informal care network Reassuring Simple Non obtrusive Informal
  12. 12. Warm Neighbourhoods® AroundMe™ Pilot service – Customers love it ! “I find it brilliant! It sends a positive message that I’m up and about, it also sends a message if I’m not, which is nice to know that he (responder) is keeping an eye on me” “It’s comforting to know that somebody’s watching over me.” “It is just something that’s there and we carry on as normal.” “You just get used to the [sensors] being where it is and you don’t notice it. I mean nobody said at my party, “What’s this?” that’s the main thing!” (End Customers) “It gives me that day to day security of knowing that she (the end customer) is up and about.” “It’s that reassurance that she’s up and about and she’s fine … I’m at a distance.” “The reassurance is good. You get a message if she’s not out and about, that is useful. If she hasn’t got up and put the kettle on and the temperature is cold, so you know you’re going to be able to intervene. I do like that.” “It’s given me a bit more freedom as well.” (Informal Carers)
  13. 13. CapabiliLes Strength Weakness Smart Homes capability and research base Small scale, no major builder involved Assisted Living capability, research base and implementation Suppliers mostly niche SMEs More complex supply chain than smart homes HAN, WAN research base Low cost, easy to install HAN for retrofit market not yet available
  14. 14. Market Development • Technical, organisa?onal & commercial issues to address • How do we construct the joint benefits and business case? • Who would/could implement any programme (Health and Wellness Boards, Housing Associa?ons)? • Do we have the policy making machinery that can cope?
  15. 15. Contact Details Richard.curry@sehta.co.uk

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