Our Connected Care Platform helps support a range of social care markets

Improve care outcomes with data that can be trusted to be accurate, dependable and actionable.

THE THREE MARKETS WE SUPPORT
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Homecare

The intelligence generated by the platform enables care providers to better plan, schedule and deliver care, ensuring that the most appropriate care packages are put in place as required.

This can lead to reductions in the number of domiciliary care packages required, based on what is happening in the home when carers are not present.

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Retirement living

Within retirement living facilities, being able to identify when a resident may require different levels of care means outcomes can be improved.

Additionally, the Anthropos Connected Care platform helps to provide reassurance to families about what is happening with their loved ones.

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Supported & Sheltered Living

By giving a more complete understanding of the behaviour of older people in their homes, The Anthropos Connected Care Platform helps supported & sheltered living providers with compliance.

The platform creates a log of all alerts and insights, providing a full audit trail of the actions taken and outcomes achieved.

HOW WE SUPPORT THESE MARKETS

The Anthropos platform is designed to monitor, discover and understand the behavioural patterns of individuals in their homes and other care settings.

By its very nature, it sees every user as a distinct and separate individual.

The alerts and actionable insights it provides are specific to each person.

In addition to being able to identify changes in behaviour, care providers can set up alerts based on their own judgement for what will help someone stay well at home for longer.

Testimonial
“It gives a bit of relief I think, especially with having the app on the phone, because we can keep checking it. I am so used to them saying they are fine, they’re coping, but they weren’t. I can see for myself they’re not”
Tracy Parkes
Wirral