Lifelites donates a wide variety of assistive and inclusive technology for terminally ill and disabled children. The technology is designed to be used by children with varying levels of physical and cognitive ability, and is donated completely free of charge.
Take a look at the links below for more information about the technology we provide.
The Magic Carpet is an interactive projection system which is fun for users of all ages and abilities.
Eyegaze is an eye tracker which replaces a standard mouse control, allowing the user to navigate a computer using just their eyes.
We provide iPads and install a whole host of games and software specially designed to be accessible for children and young people with disabilities.
Music is such an important form of expression and it is particularly important for children in hospices who may not be able to speak or move or tell people how they feel.
We provide a range of different switches, as well as lots of different software programs that work well with them.
The Makey Makey is a fun, very clever piece of kit which enables you to turn everyday objects into switches.