Success Stories

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Rest Assured Homecare

Rest Assured Homecare (UK) Limited  provide short and long term adult  home care in West Norfolk, East  Cambridgeshire and South Lincolnshire  in the United Kingdom.

Cheshire West & Chester Councils

Cheshire West and Chester Council  provide a reablement and domicillary service. The reablement service, which is free of charge,  is provided for a period of up to six weeks.  The service aims to support people to regain skills  of daily living and to live active healthy lives in their  community through short term intervention which has  a focus on rehabilitation. During this time service user’s  progress is monitored and reviewed. If ongoing support  is required following the period of reablement, support  will be transferred to a home care provider that supports  people in their own home on a longer-term basis. 


TuVida (formerly Carers Trust East Midlands) is a not-for-profit organisation which has been built up over the years by merging several network partners to become what they are today, a successful charity turning over £12 million per annum.

TuVida’s locations span across the UK and provide a range of services from acute care to preventative support aimed at unpaid Carers. Their primary service is delivering an NHS commissioned ‘HomeFirst’ hospital discharge service aimed at getting patients swiftly discharged from hospital and onto ongoing providers within 10 – 14 days.

Andrew Taylor is the Director of Business Development at TuVida and has been using Access Webroster, a roster planning system for more than 10 years and has been aware of Optimiser (Access Webroster’s branded name for OptifAI) for some time. A business case to incorporate Optimiser was put together, to support delivery of HomeFirst Nottingham, a contract worth £5.6 million per annum, 46% of TuVida’s annual revenue.

Since the project’s inception in May 2021, Andrew has been overseeing it.