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Assistive Technologies for Community Care

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Assistive Technologies for Community Care

Benefits of the HaloCare Solution

Improves hospital discharge times

Improves hospital
discharge times

Aids clinical prioritisation

Aids clinical
prioritisation

Reduces prolonged hospital stays

Reduces prolonged
hospital stays

Digitally inclusive technology

Digitally inclusive
technology

Cost effective approach to long-term care

Cost effective approach to long-term care

Integrated virtual care solutions developed to enable clients to live longer, healthier lives in their own home

  • Senior care

    As part of our Aged Care service, HaloCare delivers an integrated virtual care solution, using assistive living technologies to support independent living.

    Our discrete technologies and 24/7 Care Hub solution gives clients a sense of independence and allows the ageing journey to be lived with privacy and dignity.

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  • Technology enabling Hospital Discharge

    HaloCare services combine innovative technology and expertise to help support medical settings and allows us to play our role in supporting health professionals in the ongoing healthcare crisis.

    Smart devices, HaloPad technology and the Care Hub Team come together to offer a holistic solution that relieves pressure on frontline staff, improves hospital discharge times and gives the client the opportunity to recover in the comfort of their own home.

  • Chronic Disease Management

    Living with a chronic disease can be a real challenge for anyone at any age. With the support of our world class devices (CE and FDA approved) and our highly skilled clinicians, HaloCare provides safe and effective care in the community.

     

    Early intervention, if required, leads to better health outcomes.

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  • HaloCare disability services

    Health equity is achieved truly when person-centred care is delivered. Our HaloCare disability services offer a solution which is tailored around the client's needs.

    Digitally inclusive technology, developed to be user friendly, combined with a clinically trained team, delivers a home healthcare solution that improves the quality of life for clients.

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  • holistic virtual healthcare solution

    HaloCare provides a holistic virtual healthcare solution for providers, that is designed around the clinical needs of their patients.

    A Clinician led service, HaloCare is built to the highest International Standards and Best Practice in Governance and Interoperability across facilities, operations, financial practice, software and led by a highly trained team.

     

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Our Partners

HaloCare virtual care solution

Delivering better client outcomes through the power of assistive living technologies

HaloCare delivers fair and equitable care through our AI and propriety software platform; Aura. We believe in providing exceptional patient experience from the first interaction with us, right through our client’s journey of care. Our technology is world class and our Clinicians are passionate about the care we provide.

Our technology has been tried and tested to ensure we deliver on our mission statement to empower clients and ensure every individual has access to a solution that allows for independent living at home.

We offer a bespoke virtual healthcare solution; Smart Devices, our HaloCare Hub team and HaloPad companion app, which together, provide a comprehensive overview of client wellbeing, including physical, emotional, and social wellbeing.

Virtual care solution

Statistics

At HaloCare, we adopt an evidenced based approach to all our services through world class research to ensure our team is equipped to be the leaders of change in the healthtech industry.

Our solution is backed up with statistics from trusted health bodies so our clients can feel confident in the HaloCare solution.

1 in 3 people feeling isolated

1 in 3

1 in 3 older people report feeling isolated and/or lonely (WebMD)
Today, only 1 in 10 people with disabilities have access to healthcare globally

1 in 10

Today, only 1 in 10 people with disabilities have access to healthcare globally.  (WHO)
More than 2 billion people will need at least 1 assistive product by 2030

2 billion

More than 2 billion people will need at least 1 assistive product by 2030, with many older people needing 2 or more (WHO)

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