London Borough of Barnet, GB provided over 3,700 vulnerable residents with Argenti care technology
London Borough of Barnet, GB care technology for residents
London Borough of Barnet partnered with PA, a consulting company, to provide over 3,700 vulnerable residents with Argenti care technology. The Argenti "Telecare" technology includes sensors, mobile devices, and alarms which detect falls, gas leaks, flooding, etc. The Council installed the technology in the homes of vulnerable residents in order to increase their safety while maintaining their independence.
London Borough of Barnet, GB
London borough in England
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Since it joined forces with PA, the global innovation and transformation consultancy, the council has been able to supply Argenti care technology to more than 3,700 vulnerable adults in the borough. The technology – sometimes called Telecare – is the use of sensors, mobile devices, alarms on a person or in their home to keep someone safe and independent for longer. The sensors can detect falls, gas leaks, flooding from overrunning baths and sinks, reminders to take medication, and alerts if a front door has been left open.
London Borough of Barnet signs up to telecare services - htn
The London Borough of Barnet has signed a contract with the PA Consulting Group-led Argenti Care Technology Partnership (Argenti) to deliver care technology services across the borough for up to five years from April 2017. Argenti provides innovative telecare services to support vulnerable people so that they can stay in […]
The innovative work has earned PA and Barnet Council their selection as finalists in Public/Private Partnerships category of the Local Government Chronicle (LGC) Awards 2019.
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