As members of the Tec Action Alliance, we are delighted with this comprehensive new report on what people want from technology-enabled care.

The report offers a wealth of information on implementing technology strategically and effectively within care settings. It offers a fresh perspective on how people view and describe TEC, the main functions they recognise, and the values and principles they demand from TEC.

What is TEC Action Alliance?

The TEC Action Alliance is a group of industry partners and leading organisations working together to maximise opportunities for care technologies to support in the delivery and experience of personalised, quality care for individuals. This support will extend to families, caregivers and workforces so they can provide optimum care underpinned with digital know-how.

We believe this will be achieved through working alongside the government, NHS and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs), by strengthening the user voice, with genuine co-production and through collaboration and partnership-working with sectors of Health, Housing and Social Care.

Our reach and activity will extend beyond to umbrella bodies, charities and voluntary groups in disability rights, health, social care and housing, looking at how technology can be harnessed to support the delivery of personalised, quality care out into communities. With the support of our commercial and organisational partners, we will affect Change and Action in TEC.

Read the report here.

We are delighted to be listed on the Technology Enabled Lives Framework through the Northern Housing Consortium. This inclusion in the framework reflects our commitment to providing high-quality, value-driven digital solutions. Our innovative solutions are designed to enhance the independence and quality of life of vulnerable adults, ensuring safety and security.

By joining the Consortium Procurement, Everon UK aligns with the mission to offer proactive and efficient care and support. This partnership is crucial for modernising Care and meeting the needs of various sectors, including housing associations, local authorities, NHS services and registered Care Providers. Everon UK's role in the framework is a pivotal step towards the advancement of digital healthcare solutions, offering interoperable and user-friendly products and services for the health and Social Care sector.

Lee Balfour, Sales Director at Everon UK commented: “We are very proud to have been awarded a place on the framework, it gives us the opportunity to partner with many organisations who are working towards the common goal of providing better outcomes and promoting independence for vulnerable individuals across the assisted living arena”.

To discuss your requirements, please contact a member of the team who can give you an insightful overview and demonstration of a truly interoperable 'plug & play' digital solution.

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As we progress into the 21st century, the fusion of technology and care services is unmistakably transforming the conventional models across housing and social care. Gone are the days when a carer's most advanced tool was a notepad and pen.

Today, digitalisation presents endless opportunities for the sector, ensuring efficient service delivery and enhanced quality of life for those we serve. The industry is undergoing a metamorphosis, and at its heart is a shift towards digital technologies that prioritise the needs of all vulnerable individuals.

But what are the concrete effects of this integration? Let's investigate the influence of digital technologies on service provision in the housing and social care sector.

Personalisation is key

Digitalisation enables care providers to develop personalised care plans with precision. Traditional methods often followed a 'one-size-fits-all' approach. In contrast, today's digital solutions, like the solution Everon offers, are tailored to suit individual needs and circumstances. Whether it is a care home, assisted living scheme, or home care, digital solutions can be easily tailored to suit multiple requirements.

The result? A system that celebrates independence and removal of barriers.

Efficiency and productivity amplified

Incorporating digital solutions equates to increased efficiency, quicker response times, reduced administration tasks, and a streamlined communication process. The hours once spent on paperwork can now be invested directly where it is needed most, ensuring more person-centred interactions and holistic support. With the complex network of sensors and wireless connectivity, real-time monitoring is effortlessly achieved. For care providers, this translates to proactive rather than reactive support.

Safety and independence in harmony

One might think that with increased digitalisation, the human touch would diminish. On the contrary - the blend of technology and care amplifies the personal connection. How? By ensuring safety through technology, carers can focus on fostering emotional connections and promoting independence where it is needed the most. Imagine a society where vulnerable individuals are equipped with the confidence to live independently, knowing that technology-backed support is just a click away promoting sound peace of mind.

Everon: At the helm of the digital revolution

Since 2007, Everon pioneered digital living solutions in Finland and Sweden. In 2019, we began to deliver our innovative solutions across the UK. From wireless solutions that can be rapidly adjusted to cater to individual needs to comprehensive care solutions across multiple assisted living settings, Everon embodies digital progression in the care sector.

As the housing and social care sector continues to navigate this dynamic landscape, the adoption of digital technologies isn't just beneficial – it is essential. These tools don't replace the human touch; they enhance it, paving the way for a brighter, more connected future for all.

Everon's mission is to deliver innovative digital living solutions which support all vulnerable individuals to live happy, productive, and independent lives.

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What is ARF?

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) of the United Kingdom has initiated the Accelerating Reform Fund (ARF), allocating £42.6 million over two years to advance innovation in adult social care. This initiative is part of a broader 10-year vision to transform adult social care to be more person-centred, supportive of unpaid carers, and adaptive to increasing demands and diverse local needs. The ARF encourages collaborative partnerships across local areas to embed and sustain innovative practices.

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Everon is keen to partner with consortiums in supporting innovation in adult social care. Our long-standing expertise creates sustainable, technology-driven solutions that support independence and well-being.

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It is expedient that both local authorities and the technology-enabled care sector collaborate effectively to maximise the impact of the ARF in innovating and scaling adult social care services.


The industry body, TSA is keen to provide advice and support to local authorities as they create expressions of interest and to identify the potential for enabling technology within their proposals, aligned to the twelve priorities. For more information, please contact Nathan Downing, Director of Membership & Consultancy – ‘