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Call for Proposals from Locality based Organisations in the UK

Call for Proposals from Locality based Organisations in the UK


Deadline: 16-May-22

The Dunhill Medical Trust is pleased to launch the second phase of TAPPI, co-delivered with the Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN) and the TEC Services Association (TSA).

TAPPI Phase 2 will ensure that the evidence gathered by the Inquiry in Phase 1 is built upon and used to create widely accepted Framework which embeds the recommended TAPPI Principles within a transformational change programme.

This will be achieved by developing and testing supportive guidance and tools in live “locality testbeds”. They hope that these can then be used as “exemplars” to catalyse nationwide adoption through engagement from the “ground up”.

They intend to test what is possible and challenge what is perceived to be impossible, building upon the learning gathered during the pandemic and creating new housing service models using technology enabled care, with personalisation at its heart that, simply, delivers better outcomes for people, because it is co-designed by them.

Focus Areas
They are seeking partners to work with us in two specific areas:

Evaluation and shared learning: to work with key stakeholders to create a qualitative and quantitative benefits evaluation methodology and framework, capturing data in real-time and evaluating during the programme as well as reporting the overall evaluation at the end of the programme.
Co-production and engagement: to ensure the views of people who draw on services both current and future, their families and carers and housing organisations are reflected in the programme and the Framework
Funding Information
The amount available will be £75,000 (inc. VAT) per organisation which could provide up to £40,000-50,000 for resourcing and £25,000-35,000 for seed funding for enabling technology solutions.

Activities
They envisage that it will include but is not limited to:

The creation of a TAPPI Framework demonstrating how the principles proposed in TAPPI Phase 1 have been embedded successfully in a variety of situations.
A “TAPPI readiness” tool – to help participant organisations identify the areas that require the most support from the programme. The tool will also be repeated at the end of the programme to show the journey travelled of those taking part.
Development of Service and Technology Standards to support interoperability, minimum digital living standards and alignment with Modern Methods of Construction (MMC).
Creating case studies and best practice examples to aid and inform others seeking to adopt the principles.
Developing a suite of tools to create a rounded resource to accompany the Framework.
Bridging the existing knowledge gap by developing a central place to collate, curate and access knowledge drawing on sector expertise and newly-created content from the learning taking place.
Exploring ways to address ethical concerns about putting certain types of technology in the homes of vulnerable adults. (Research has shown that some local authorities use this as a barrier for not introducing technology (particularly monitoring) into the homes of older people. The project seeks to challenge and explore these barriers and identify best practice in addressing and overcoming them).
The creation of a benefits realisation and impact evaluation report.
The 10 TAPPI Principles
Adaptable Co-produced
Quality Focussed
Cost effective
Preventative
Choice- led
Interoperable
Person- centered
Outcomes-Focussed Interoperable
Preventative
Inclusive
Eligibility Criteria
UK-based organisations (which might include Local Authorities, Housing Associations/Providers, Healthcare Trusts, Charities etc.) who are already interested in integrating technology with housing, health and social care and would be receptive to testing the TAPPI Principles, together with those that are new to the concept but recognise its importance.

The programme would seek to influence several groups, principally: housing providers, designers and architects, technology suppliers, and procurement professionals (both health and social care providers and consumers, particularly older people who are living independently and not drawing on social care).

Applicant organisations would ideally be from a mix of urban and rural settings, two-tier and unitary authorities, and organisations (both third sector and private sector) who are both experienced and new to the concept of integrating technology with housing, health and social care.”

For more information, visit https://dunhillmedical.org.uk/apply-for-funding/

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