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Cascade3d are excited to be working with the NHS in rural Monmouthshire as part of a new health monitoring project.

Will Jones, June 2022

 

The Usk and Raglan District Nurse Team will have at their disposal a number of Cascade3d Connected Care kits which include a range of wireless medical devices ready to use with rural patients with long term health conditions. The devices will allow the Nurse team to monitor patients vital signs such as blood pressure and blood sugar levels from their office in Usk rather than making some visits to outlying patients in their community. The system also included some Amazon Echo Show devices that can be used for Nurse to Patient video calling if either party would needs to discuss any changes in the health readings.


The project hopes to reduce some of the travel time for the Nurse team therefore freeing up a few additional hours for urgent appointments each week. For more information on this kind of project please contact us.

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Half a million adults waiting for help in England

Will Jones, May 2022

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-61413697

 

It’s a worry to see the demand for social care growing in England following a couple of tough years for society. We only understand too well the everyday pressure on our colleagues in adult social care, through the projects we are working on across the UK. At Cascade3d we are proud to be part of the growing TEC (Technology Enabled Care) sector that is looking to assist with the growing demand for quality care across the country. We firmly believe with the right balance of technology and amazing care workers this is a challenge we can all contribute towards. For more information on how Cascade3d Connected Care can help with improving the lives of elderly and vulnerable people please get in touch.

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Cascade3d and Ostara launch Supported Living Project  

Will Jones, April 2022

 

Cascade3d are delighted to be working with Ostara to deliver an innovative new project in one of their residential housing schemes. The project will use Cascade3d Connected Care’s system of IoT sensors and devices to add smart home technology to a number of existing bungalows managed by Your Homes Newcastle. The devices will be used to support residents in their daily living activities whilst providing the onsite care team with essential safety information throughout the day and night. 

 

For more information on how the Cascade3d Connected Care system can assist in a residential care setting please get in touch.

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Surrey County Council and Mole Valley Life are nominated for the ITEC Awards 2022 

Will Jones, March 2022

 

We would like to congratulate our customers Surrey County Council and Mole Valley Life for being nominated for the prestigious ITEC Awards 2022 in the ‘Partnerships in TEC’ category.

 

Together they have delivered the ‘Enabling You With Technology’ project within a growing number of the local authority areas in Surrey County Council. Enabling You With Technology uses the Cascade3d Connected Care System to support elderly and vulnerable people in their own homes, working closely with the alarm receiving centre in Mole Valley to provide preventative and proactive care using the sensor data. The ITEC awards are presented at the TSA conference in March, best of luck to Surrey County Council and Mole Valley Life, both worthy finalists.

 

Have a look at this short inspirational film show casing the project:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C6Hqdhs_LE

Come and see us at the TSA Conference 2022 - Stand 28

Gerry Hodgson, March 2022

 

After two years of lockdown, we are delighted to be back at the TSA Conference at the ICC. Here is a lnk to the full programme and you can find details about our products and services that will be on show during the event.

If you are attending, please call by Stand 28 and say hello.

Best wishes

Gerry

 

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Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

Will Jones, July 2022

 

It’s great to see the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games in full swing and in particular the diving and swimming events have been hosted in the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre. This state-of-the-art venue will host more medal events than any other venue. It has a competition pool, a temporary swimming and para swimming warm-up pool as well as a dry dive training area.

The Aquatics Centre will be reconfigured and open to the public in May 2023 with additional leisure facilities added and run by our Cascade3d Analytics customer Sandwell Leisure Trust. We can’t wait to see our software in use at such a prestigious venue and look forward to helping with any reports SLT may need to produce for this venue.

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