Oysta are proud to work with the Argenti Partnership and delighted to see service-user and patient outcomes improve from using our technology.
Liam is one of many people who use the Argenti equipment to remain independent and who’s primary carers can be greatly supported by using it.
Scroll to approx. 2.30 mins (2 mins and 30 secs) into the video to hear his parents talk about the Oysta “one-stop shop” and what it means to their lives.
PA is the lead partner in an exciting partnership with Hampshire County Council called Argenti, delivering assistive technology which helps people remain independent for longer in their own homes.
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Chloe is 24 years old. She lives in Supported Living Accommodation in a flat of her own. Chloe has Learning Disabilities and suffers from seizures; both daytime and nocturnal. She is a very sociable person and enjoys going out with her friends to the local bowling alley and loves karaoke at a local pub.Read Chloe's Story
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