Month: June 2020

The future of home care technology

Connected technology

By David Lynes, Managing Director of Unique IQ It has been well-documented that the unprecedented circumstances we have found ourselves in as a result of the coronavirus pandemic have led to an acceleration in the use of technology. From the widespread adoption of Zoom for business meetings and social hangouts alike, to rapid deployment of… Read more »

Unique IQ to celebrate with Chamber online

Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce awards 2020

The Unique IQ team is looking forward to celebrating alongside Greater Birmingham’s business community next month at the region’s biggest online awards extravaganza. The Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce awards will be taking place in a new online format on 23rd July – with Unique IQ finalists in the Excellence in Technology & Innovation category. Sponsored by… Read more »

Resources for home care agencies

care manager using a smartphone

Unique IQ has compiled this list of resources that we think home care agencies might find useful, whether you’re just starting out or have been in the sector for years. We’re adding to this list all the time, but if you have any suggestions, please let us know! Information & advice With the continually changing sector,… Read more »

Making software an easy choice

home care managers

Introducing new technology into your business can be a daunting task. Of course you want to make sure your shiny new piece of tech has the all the right functionality, that goes without saying. But you also want to make sure that there is an easy transition to the new system, and that you have… Read more »

Technology in lockdown: how our behaviour has changed

Senior couple using tablet

The lockdown restrictions in place since March 2020 have stopped families being able to hug, visit or touch one another, however thanks to the benefits of technology, this hasn’t stopped the world from connecting. Bringing people together For people who suddenly found themselves having to isolate, the instant lack of physical contact and friendly interactions… Read more »