The finalists 2022
Team CHIP win the 2022 Challenge
A public vote at the Show selected the final three teams from the five finalists and an independent judging panel picked the winning team, announcing Team CHIP as the winner of the 2022 Care Innovation Challenge. The winning team will receive £1,000 in prize money, media coverage and further mentoring to develop their idea.
Professor Vic Rayner OBE, CEO of the National Care Forum and Chair of the judging panel said “Every team has aimed to address at least one of the biggest challenges in the sector. They are the people who are key to create change in social care. In my eyes, all are winners.”
Feature in Care Management Matters on Team Fall Free, Team Star and Team Care Tech Guide
CMM’s Olivia Hubbard caught up with the finalists to find out more about their innovations. In the second article spotlighting the finalists, CMM were delighted to speak to Team Fall Free, Team Star and Team Care Tech Guide. Read the full article here
Feature in Care Management Matters on Team CHIP and Team Myghty
CMM’s Olivia Hubbard caught up with the finalists to find out more about their innovations. This month, CMM were delighted to speak to Team CHIP and Team Myghty. Read the full article here
October’s CMM will feature Team Care Tech Guide, Team STAR and Team Fall Free.
Finalists visit DHSC to present their ideas
All 5 team finalists came to the DHSC offices in London in August to present their ideas to Alice Ainsworth, Deputy Director of Adult Social Care Technology Policy at NHSX. The ideas are all viable social care solutions. It was inspiring to hear how the teams are continuing to develop their ideas ready for the Final at The Care Show in October.
Team Care Tech Guide
Liam Palmer and Louie Werth.
Team Care Tech Guide presented a well-developed idea focused on accelerating digital transformation in care.
Photo shows Liam holding his invitation to the Care Show Final with NCF CEO Professor Vic Rayner OBE .
Megan Hamill and Lauren Stacey.
Team Chip’s idea was a cashless solution for adults with learning disabilities to support independent living.
Photo shows Megan and Lauren holding their invitation to the Care Show Final with NCF CEO Professor Vic Rayner OBE .
Team Fall Free
Mutong Li, Ethan Booth and Kourosh Simpkins.
Team Fall Free presented a solution to prevent falls and fractures in older people.
Photo shows Mutong, Ethan and Kourosh holding their invitation to the Care Show Final.
Vasudev Menon, Zeke Steer and Prabha Thirthahali Venkatesh.
Team Myghty’s innovation was an app to foster employee recognition and team working to improve staff retention.
Photo shows Vasudev, Zeke and Prabha holding their invitation to the Care Show Final.
Tracey Wakeling, Claire Dineeen and Lizzi Jordan.
Team Star offered the idea of local re-ablement and assessments with housing for people living with dementia.
Photo shows Tracey, Claire and Lizzi.