The Alliance is supported by an active group of partner
organisations, each one bringing a level of expertise and
perspective into the mix. They achieve this through their
involvement in work programmes and implementation,
publicity and networking each one driving forward the
TEC agenda.

Chair Organisations

  • TLAP Logo

    Think Local Act Personal is an alliance of national social care, health and housing partners committed to personalised, community-based care and support. It brings together people who use services and family carers, central and local government, provider bodies and other groups to work together to ensure people live better lives.

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    The TSA is the industry and advisory body for technology enabled care (TEC) in the UK. We work and lobby for the increased uptake of digital solutions and TEC into health, housing and social care. Our mission is to drive the transformation and growth of the TEC industry. Our vision is that people can choose technology enabled care to enrich and enhance their everyday lives. We work alongside and advise TEC organisations through our business and system transformation advisory services, workforce development/training, Quality Standards Framework, and membership.

Commercial Partners 

The TEC Action Alliance commercial partners are organisations with a keen interest in progressing the agenda and benefits of Technology Enabled Care. They work closely with the TEC Action Alliance on all our key issues and support us in moving forward the agenda for the individuals accessing care and the wider health and social care networks.

  • Anthropos is helping care providers discover, understand, monitor and act upon changes in the daily routines of older people. This will support the creation of more personalised care plans and provide reassurance to carers and family that their loved one is being looked out for. Our Connected Care Platform is paving the way for the shift towards prediction and prevention in health and social care.

  • As the European market leader in digital grouped living solutions, Everon has been providing digital solutions since 2007 across Finland, Sweden and introduced into the UK market in 2019.

    Through significant investment in innovation, our flexible, wireless, open platform provides a personalised, trusted, and sustainable model that enhances life. Our solution is ‘plug and play’ offering an intuitive mobile and desktop platform and can be tailored to suit specific support requirements which allows us to successfully partner with health, housing, and social care providers on their A2D switchover.

  • Guardian Angel Carers are a forward thinking homecare provider, combining traditional homecare with tech-enabled care solutions to provide a higher quality service and improved outcomes for their clients.  Their founder & CEO, Christina Handasyde Dick is a former Olympian, receiving an MBE for services to homecare in 2022.  Guardian Angel Carers have offices across the UK.  They are passionate about delivering high quality, reliable care at home, with compassion and professionalism.

  • Home Instead Logo

    Home Instead has been at the forefront of specialised home care for the elderly and supporting those being cared for and their families for many years. Founded on personal experience, these family values remain at the core of everything we do 24 years on.

    Our award-winning care at home fits around your life – it’s tailored, it’s flexible and it’s adaptable. Whether you’re looking for help getting dressed and showered, help around the house or companionship, Home Instead’s trained Care Professionals are perfectly matched to you.

    We believe age should be celebrated and that everybody should be able to live happily, comfortably and independently at home.

  • Iot Solutions Group Logo

    IoT Solutions Group is a specialist provider of complete package IoT-enabled solutions, trusted by public and private companies across the country. Solutions include DORIS care, an advanced ‘in-home sensor’ for monitoring the daily activity of vulnerable people living independently and alerting carers and family members to any concerning activity changes.

  • Legrand Care Logo

    Legrand Care specialise in the innovative development of connected technology for the health, housing, and social care sectors. With our knowledge and experience, we are strong leaders in the international market of connected care, offering comprehensive and fully managed digital solutions that allow customers to efficiently deploy improved care services. To support people to live their healthiest and most fulfilling lives they want in the place of their choice.

  • Lilli

    Lilli’s award-winning technology platform supports independent living by empowering people with the confidence to live healthy and happy lives in their own home. Using smart non-intrusive remote monitoring, care practitioners are able to gain actionable insights from detailed, around-the-clock behavioural monitoring in the home, to enable evidence-based decisions and better care outcomes.

  • Medequip are the leading provider of community equipment services across the UK. This includes the supply, delivery, installation, repair, maintenance, collection and recycling of community equipment, once prescribed by a health or social care professional. Equipment is provided free of charge and on a loan basis. Keeping people independent. Medequip provides an online self-assessment tool, giving people free impartial advice about all types of equipment, to make daily living easier.

    Medequip make it easy to purchase mobility aids and equipment. Shop online at Manage At Home – Your Online Medequip Retail Store.

  • Microsoft Logo
  • We believe in the power of ingenuity to build a positive human future in a technology-driven world.

    As strategies, technologies and innovation collide, we create opportunity from complexity.

    Our diverse teams of experts combine innovative thinking and breakthrough use of technologies to progress further, faster. Our clients adapt and transform, and together we achieve enduring results.

    An innovation and transformation consultancy, we are 3,300 specialists in consumer and manufacturing, defence and security, energy and utilities, financial services, government and public services, health and life sciences, and transport. Our people are strategists, innovators, designers, consultants, digital experts, scientists, engineers and technologists. We operate globally from offices across the UK, US, Netherlands and Nordics.

  • Taking Care, part of AXA Health, has provided Technology Enabled Care (TEC) services for more than 30 years. Since 2008 we’ve helped 170,000 people stay safe in their homes. As a collaborative partner, we ensure TEC secures positive outcomes for people, supporting them to live healthy and independent lives whilst reducing the demand on supported services.

  • Tunstall has been at the forefront of technology innovation for health, housing and social care for 65 years. Its pioneering software, hardware and services enable providers to deliver integrated, efficient and person-centred care in the community, and empower people to live more independently and with an improved quality of life.

Organisational Partners 

The TEC Action Alliance organisational partners are key organisations that support the Alliance to develop and disseminate its agenda, messaging and mission far and wide. Organisational partners are made up of organisations such as associations, academic institutions, charities, think tanks and government departments.

  • Care England, a registered charity, is the largest and most diverse representative body for independent providers of adult social care in England. Working on behalf of small, medium and large providers, Care England speaks with a single unified voice for both members and the whole care sector. Care England is committed to supporting a united, quality-conscious, independent sector that offers real choice and value for money.

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  • The Centre for Care aims to produce crucial new research and to make a strong theoretical contribution to understandings of care. We define care as the support needed to support wellbeing, life chances and inclusion in daily life and believe almost everyone requires care at some point in their lifetime. Our focus is on care from the perspective of families and individuals, communities and workers and the care practices, services and systems that affect them. We aim to produce accessible, impactful research for all to use.

    The Centre for Care links experts on care in 5 universities, 3 major charities and the UK’s Office for National Statistics. Funded as an ESRC Research Centre to address the need for evidence on care that can make a difference, we have built a large research team to co-produce excellent research on care topics that really matter. We work closely with partner organisations in the care sector and people with direct experience of care.

  • Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre Logo

    The Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre (DHI) is a national resource funded by the Scottish Government and SFC. We are a collaboration between the Glasgow School of Art and the University of Strathclyde (our host institution). We believe innovation in digital health and care will help the people of Scotland live longer, healthier lives, while providing sustainable/inclusive growth for our economy. We collaborate, co-design and transform ideas into digital health and care innovations. The DHI provides engagement; facilitation; project management; service, business, technical and innovation that assists in increasing individuals and organisations readiness to harness digital innovation for impactful results that have real benefits to the system and the citizen.

  • The Homecare Association is the UK’s only dedicated membership body for homecare providers. We believe in a society where we are all able to live well at home and flourish within our communities, and we won’t stop making sure homecare is valued and receives the investment it deserves. We will use our trusted voice to help shape homecare and ensure our members have the hands-on support and practical tools they need.

  • Housing Lin Logo

    The Housing LIN is a leading UK network for housing, health and social care practitioners. We champion the best in accessible housing design, promote the latest in research and practice, and showcase innovative housing and technology solutions for older people and people with long term conditions.

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  • International Longevity Centre UK Logo
  • The NHS Confederation is the membership organisation that brings together, supports, and speaks for the whole healthcare system in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

  • SCIE Logo

    The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is a leading values-driven improvement agency. SCIE improves people’s lives by co-producing, sharing, and enabling the use of the best available knowledge and evidence about what works in practice. SCIE contributes to the development and implementation of better care, support and safeguarding at national and local level.

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How to become a partner 

If you are interested in becoming a partner of the TEC Action Alliance, we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch to tell us how you feel you can support the Action Alliance to help progress the TEC agenda for the benefit of all.

Contact us here.