The top 8 teams from the Care Innovation Challenge weekend will be supported with funding and mentoring over 4 weeks to develop their idea and run initial testing and market research. The teams will join us at the final to pitch again to a panel of judges.
All five teams have the opportunity to be awarded on-going funding and support. The Care Innovation Challenge final is not about picking one team, but selecting ideas and teams that have the potential to create impactful solutions and viable businesses.
Matching elderly dependents to caregivers
Jordan Smith, Rachel Smith, Subhaan Iqbal
Automed, error-proof medication dispensing
Mentoring staff to encourage retention
Nicolas Kee Mew, Ye Hamblett
Customer satisfaction surveys in care
Jo Rugg, Natalie Sims
Providing child care for carers
Micro-greens kit delivered to your door
Noumans Chowdhry, Mohamed Wahba
Person-centred care using predictive analytics
Mike Broadley, Tim Chapman
Reducing social isolation for the elderly
Finals are held in the Department of Health and Social Care in August