In 2018, the children's hospice Robin House in Scotland received its latest package of magical technology so life-limited and disabled children can communicate, play, and control something for themselves, sometimes for the first time.
Robin House is part of Children's Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS), which aims to provide care to every life limited child in Scotland. With the help of the Lifelites technology, the children are able to play, be creative, control something for themselves and communicate, for as long as it is possible.
Here is what some of the staff have had to say about the Lifelites equipment:
"It’s fantastic to have the continued support of Lifelites. Their expertise gives us the ability to give children in our care even more opportunities to reach their potential whatever their healthcare needs might be. This new technology will make a huge difference to the way we interact with children in the hospice and also in how the children express themselves."
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