Case Studies

Coral And Deb From Supreme Home Care

Care-workers able to support up to NINE times more vulnerable people

A pilot study in Telford and Wrekin using Oysta devices allows two mobile care workers who would previously have only been able to care for two people overnight, to support between 16 and 20 people instead.

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Michael Web (1)

Michael's Story

Following an incident Michael was left with physical mobility challenges that make moving around the house difficult and a risk of falls. A few bad falls whilst outside made him anxious about being on his own and mean that his wife needed to accompany him everywhere and was frightened to leave Michael at home alone.

Michael's Story
Elizabeth Web

Elizabeth's Story

Elizabeth who also suffers from mobility challenges explains how she wanted to remain at home, remain independent and remain active. Elizabeth had a specially converted bicycle so that she can continue to enjoy cycling and has completed over 20,000 nautical miles sailing despite her disabling condition.

Elizabeth's Story
Liam Web

Liam's story

Another great example of Oysta being used to support both the individual with a long term condition and also their caregiver.

Liam's Story
Chloe Web

Chloe's Story

Chloe* is 24 years old. She lives in Supported Living Accommodation in a flat of her own. Chloe has Learning Disabilities and suffers with seizures; both daytime and nocturnal. She is a very sociable person and really enjoys going out with her friends to the local bowling alley and loves karaoke at a local pub.

Chloe's Story
Camden Web

Patients get home from hospital three days sooner

Camden Council, in partnership with Oysta, has successfully piloted a care tech device to allow residents to return from the hospital sooner and be fully supported to recover at home. Saving the NHS an estimated 630 bed days – equating to £252,000 in financial savings

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Hugo Web

'Miracle man' continues day-to-day life with Alzheimer's

When former FTSE 100 company director Hugo woke up from his month-long coma after suffering a haemorrhagic stroke, followed by bacterial meningitis, he and his wife Louise were told to expect a very different life from the one they had enjoyed previously – including the ability to walk.

'Miracle man' continues day-to-day life with Alzheimer's
South Gloucestershire Web

A story of difference from South Gloucester Council: Hospital to Home

South Gloucestershire Council shares its experience of working with Oysta. Enabling a vulnerable person to return home after a stay in hospital, the Oysta Pearl allowed Miguel to maintain his  independence.

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Midlands Web

Local Authority rolls out successful pilot project with Oysta

Steering a pilot project to improve response time and care focus for overnight care, Oysta Technology joined forces with a Local Authority in the Midlands. Working in partnership with emergency and short-term support providers, the pilot project investigated the impact and the benefits of mobile telecare technology for vulnerable adults living independently.

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Peter Web

The World is out there. Go use it!

Service user tells how his life has transformed with Oysta

Helping Peter

Supporting carer of husband with alzheimers disease

Another great example of Oysta being used to support both the individual with a long term condition and also their caregiver.

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Reed Family Web

Helping a family retain 'normal' for longer

An ex-navy man and active sportsman, Arnold Reed has led a vibrant and physically active life with his wife Audrey. Both independent spirits, the couple’s life revolved around the squash club that Arnold went on to own and run after retirement from the Navy, sports, travel and socialising.

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Southampton X Oysta Web

Oysta helping to shape adult care in Southampton

As with every other Local Authority in the UK, the provision of care to its most vulnerable residents was the priority for Southampton City Council during the COVID-19 crisis. Ensuring the well-being of people living on their own and shielding because of medical vulnerability continues to be a significant challenge for social care providers across the UK.

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Betty Web

Supporting safer independence for Betty

Helping Betty to continue to lead a full and active life, Betty was first introduced to Oysta after a stay in hospital. Unable to be discharged without some support in place, Betty and her family chose to trust Oysta.

Helping Betty
Hampshire Web

Successful first year for scheme to protect people in Hampshire living with dementia

People living with dementia are being kept safer thanks to a safer walking partnership scheme.

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Helpline X Oysta

Helpline choose Oysta to future proof their telecare service

Providing personal alarms for thousands of vulnerable people throughout the UK, Helpline have been working with Oysta Technology to source reliable telecare solutions where analogue telephone lines are not in use.

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Prosegur X Red Cross X Oysta

Oysta signs landmark agreement with Red Cross and Prosegur Alarms

Oysta Spain signs landmark agreement with Portuguese Red Cross (FMC) and Prosegur Alarms to provide TeleAssistance (Telecare) across Portugal

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