OCC have donated some of our old PCs to help Shepherd’s View set up an internet café to help support their residents.
First Housing is the Shepherd’s View service that focuses on helping young parents by providing a supportive environment, helping them develop their skills and self-confidence as parents and as individuals. Shepherds View work in partnership with parents and children, developing supportive relationships based on mutual respect and openness and offering a range of support to young parents so they can return to their community of choice. To help with their work First Housing use OCC’s PSOCC software.
As part of Shepherds View service development they wished to set up an internet café so the residents they support could access the internet and develop their computing skills. To help with this project OCC have donated our older PCs for use in the internet café.
PSOCC V2.2 is now rolling out to OCC’s PSOCC users.
The new look PSOCC improves the way support providers can securely share information and workloads.
New reports let users more clearly see the support that’s needed and the outcomes achieved.
The improved screen layouts provide the adaptability needed by new commissioners whilst retaining the integrated SP reporting still required by some LAs.
PSOCC is one product in OCC’s range of software solutions designed for the Support Providers, enabling them to utilise their information to improve management, satisfy audit inspections and support their applications for new contracts and reducing the reporting overheads required of SP services.
For more information on PSOCC and OCC’s other product visit us at http://www.oxfordcclg.co.uk/products.html
The PERFORM project is one of 50 projects selected from 450 applications to be displayed at the Innovation Convention 2011 exhibition to be held in Brussels on 5th and 6th December 2011. A working version of the system will be on show.
OCC’s software engineers are developing, testing and integrating software to model a person’s tremor for a wearable home monitoring device for people with neurogenerative diseases.
OCC has a long standing involvement with research into virtual reality related healthcare for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD). We also have relationships with PD organizations across Europe and we have been employed to help disseminate the results of the PERFORM project at technical and medical conferences.
Virtual Reality Glasses – PARREHA
OCC provided software programming expertise for the PARREHA system virtual reality (VR) glasses for people with PD. This system helps in the assessment of motor performance and the design of rehabilitation training programmes.
Virtual visual clues aid mobility
INDIGO are OCC’s VR glasses developed from the PARREHA project.
You can see demos of the VR glasses on the Medical Device – VR glasses page of our website.
Read more about these projects:
PERFORM – software for modelling a person’s tremor
Medical Device – Virtual Reality Glasses
PARREHA - Virtual visual clues