We're dedicated to transforming care for society's most vulnerable people, so we've partnered with several organisations to help us achieve this goal.
We’re an assured supplier of digital social care records (DSCRs), approved by the NHS Transformation Directorate (previously known as NHSX).
Their digital purchasing system (DPS) has been created to support social care and NHS organisations make the switch to DSCRs quicker and easier, by giving them access to a list of quality-assured, accredited supplier solutions.
To get on the assured supplier list, we’ve undergone extensive assessment against a set of functional requirements and standards that reflect the priorities and needs of care services. These include, person-centred care planning, sharing data with other systems and cyber security.
CASPA is an independent, not-for-profit association representing the views and interests of social care software providers. They work to put in place standards for technology within the sector and promote the use of this.
We believe that technology and transparency can dramatically improve the quality of care in social care settings, which is why we’ve joined CASPA. Technology shouldn’t be scary or difficult to implement, it should be simple to use and make your job easier.
CASPA’s goal to digitise the social care sector and improve care quality is very much in line with our values and ethos to make technology accessible to anyone who wants it, even with a tight budget.
The NCA is a not-for-profit organisation representing small and medium-sized care providers and affiliated local associations. They liaise with national government at a political and departmental level, including key stakeholder groups like the NHS and the Care Quality Commission (CQC), to give a voice to the care sector.
We work with the NCA to provide expert advice from our community of carers and share updates about our technology so that everybody knows how our platform can benefit their service.
The NCF is a membership organisation dedicated to representing and voicing member concerns to decision makers, including governmental departments, politicians, and the media, at local, national and international levels.
Similar to the NCA, we work with the NCF to provide social commentaries and give advice about our free and premium products.
The CWC looks to advance the financial, professional and mental wellbeing of care workers through grants, signposting of resources and providing access to services.
We’re dedicated to improving the wellbeing of all social care workers (check out our mental health blog), and our partnership with the CWC is the foundation of our commitment to transform the sector.
The CWC are also our charity of the year.
PainChek® is the world’s first regulatory cleared medical device for the assessment of pain, enabling best-practice pain management for people living with pain in any environment, including those who cannot reliably self-report their pain, those who can, and those who fluctuate between the two.
We’ve built an integration with PainChek® to enable care providers to improve their service users’ comfort and behaviour with pain management best practices powered by AI and facial recognition.