Lifelites empowers 10,000 children and young people in hospices with life-limiting, life-threatening illnesses and disabling conditions by providing opportunities for them to benefit from the power of assistive technologies to learn, to play, to be creative, to communicate and to take control.
There is a Lifelites project in every baby and children’s hospices across the British Isles. The hospices do not pay a penny towards their Lifelites project and all of Lifelites’ work is funded by donations: the equipment, ongoing technical support and training at each hospice costs around £50,000 over four years.
Here are the locations of some of the children’s hospices that we work with across the British Isles, click on any one to find out the address.
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In 2011 we installed our first package of technology at Bluebell Wood. We haven't stopped since then - our technical support service is just a quick phone call away.
We hope to install a new package in 2021.
At the beginning of February 2021, we were able to install a brand new package of cutting edge technology at Charlton Farm (CHSW). Thank you for your support to make this happen!
In early 2021, we were able to donate and install a brand-new and bespoke package of assistive technology for the life-limited and disabled children at Chestnut Tree House.
Claire House was the first children's hospice to have received a brand-new Lifelites-donated technology package in 2021.
We installed a brand new package of our award winning technology for the children of Demelza South East London in February 2021!
We last installed a new package at St Oswald's in 2016 and hope to install a brand new one in early 2021. Can you help us to donate life-changing technology for the children at St Oswald's?
We visited Zoё's Place baby hospice in Coventry in January 2021 to deliver brand-new magical technology such as the inflatable and mobile Pod, the Tilt Table, and iPads so life-limited and disabled children can escape isolation and connect with their loved ones.
We hope to deliver brand-new technology in early 2021. We also love going back to help out whenever they need us with technical support and training. During the Covid-19 pandemic, we follow strict safety measures and offer online training sessions.
We delivered brand-new magical technology to Zoё's Place Middlesbrough in January 2021, following strict safety measures. We love going back to help out whenever they need us with techincal support and training, currently we offer online training.
We are dedicated to delivering a brand-new technology package to the children's hospice Martin House in 2021 under strict safety measures. Especially during the ongoing pandemic, life-limited and disabled children rely on magical technology to escape isolation and engage with the world around them.
Alexander Devine children's hospice in Maidenhead received its last package in 2017. We aim to be able to provide them with the very best of our technical support, and training.
This hospice received our new package in 2017. We have been back a few times since then and we need your support to continue to provide technical support and training for their staff. Please help us continue our work by donating to Lifelites.
We last installed a package at Acorns in Birmingham in 2017 but we're still working closely with our friends in Britain's second largest city and continue to provide ongoing technical support and training to the life-limited and disabled children visiting the hospice.
Demelza Children's Hospice received its latest technology package in 2017 and has received ongoing technical maintenance and training. Thanks to generous donations, we will be able to return with a brand-new package of magical technology.
The children received the very latest assistive technology in 2017. We're still fundraising for this project and continue to provide technical support and training as required. You can help.
We installed another award winning package at Naomi children's hospice and Jacksplace in Winchester in 2017. We're still working closely with them, maintain our donated technology and offer free training. Please help us raise the necessary funds for a brand-new and bespoke technology package.
We provided the latest package of assistive technology for the life-limited and disabled children at this Belfast children's hospice in 2017. We aim to return to the hospice in 2021/22 with brand-new technology. Can you help us provide the necessary funding?
LauraLynn House is Dublin's only children's hospice. We provided our first every package in Ireland here in Spring 2013 and our latest package in 2017. Please help us to deliver life-changing technology in 2022 to this children's hospice.
We aim to install a brand new package of cutting edge technology at this children's hospice service in 2021 but need your support.
We have supported children and staff at this Lincolnshire based children's hospice since 2000, and delivered our fifth package of magical technology in 2018.
We donated our latest magical technology package to the Durham-based children's hospice in 2018. Since then, we have provided ongoing maintenance and training so everything remains in working order. We know that every second counts for life-limited and disabled children.
We donated the latest technology package in 2018 to Claire House Liverpool. Since then, we have provided technical support and training, because every second counts for life-limited and disabled children.
This Lancashire-based children's hospice first received a donation of magical technology from us in 2000 and we delivered the latest package in 2018. Throughout the last 20 years, we have provided free technical maintenance and training for hospice staff.
We have supported this Cambridgeshire-based children's hospice since 2000 and returned in 2018 to deliver some brand new equipment to the children and young people here.
We last visited Jigsaw in 2018 and since then have been provided maintenance and training for hospice staff, all for free. To continue our services and donating magical technology, we need your help.
We have supported the life-limited and disabled children at Rainbows children's hospice in Leicestershire since 2000. With our donated adaptive technology, these children have been able to talk to their parents, play with their brothers and sisters, and control something themselves.
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.
We provided our latest package of technology in 2017 and aim to return with brand-new assistive technology in 2021/22. Can you help us fund this donation?
In 2018, Lifelites donated some brand-new Lifelites technology to The Children's Trust in Surrey so life-limited and disabled children can communicate, play, and control something for themselves.
Oakwell is one of our newest projects on the Island of Jersey. We delivered a new package of specialist equipment for the children cared for at this site at the beginning of 2020.
We've been donating technology to the children at this Acorns site in Worcester since 2005, and visited them with a new magical technology package in 2019.
At the beginning of 2020 we have visited the children at Brian House in Lancashire to donate their sixth package of Lifelites technology.
Christopher's has received its sixth new magical technology package in late 2019. We never turn away after our installation but offer free technical support and training whenever needed. Please help us to continue our work.
The first time we visited the children at The Donna Louise was back in 2003. In 2019 we delivered their already fifth package for the life-limited and disabled children they care for.
We provided a brand new technology package to the children at EACH Ipswich or The Tree House in 2019, with training and maintenance throughout the next four years.
Following on from our donations for EACH Quidenham, we’ve delivered an amazing new package for the children of the brand new EACH The Nook in late 2019. Througout the next four years, we will continue to train hospice staff and help out with any maintenance for free.
We first visited this hospice in Kent way back in 2002, and have visited them again in 2019 for their fifth magical technology package.
We have visited the children's hospice Forget Me Not in Huddersfield in 2019 to provide them with a brand new technology package.
We have been donating life-changing technology to the children at Haven House since 2005. They have received our most up-to-date package in 2019.
We first visited this children's hospice in Dorset back in 2005, and provided them with a whole new package of life-changing technology in 2019.
We have donated a new package of magical technology, hospice staff training and ongoing maintenance for Little Harbour in Cornwall in 2019.
We have installed a brand new package of our award winning technology for the children of Haven House in 2019 and trained the hospice staff so the children can get the best use of it.
We’ve supported Noah’s Ark for some years with packages of portable tech for their hospice at home services. In 2020 we donated a new package of magical technology for their brand new hospice building.
In 2019 we donated the fifth package of Lifelites technology to the children at Richard House.
This North Wales children's hospice received its latest magical technology package in 2019 and staff training free of charge in early 2020 so that all children can get the most out of our donated technology.
We provided a brilliant new package to this Devonshire children's hospice in 2017. We're still working with them to make sure the care team are confident using the specialist equipment and the children are getting the most out of their package.
We last visited the children at Hope House in 2018 to deliver their fifth Lifelites package. Since then we have provided ongoing maintenance and training and we aim to return with a brand-new package in 2022.
In 2022, we aim to deliver a new assistive technology package for the life-limited and disabled children using the hospice services at Tŷ Hafan. We can only do so with the help of our donors. Please consider supporting Lifelites' work.
In 2018, we donated our latest package of magical technology to our lovely friends at the children's hospice Keech Hospice Care in Luton.
The Scottish children's hospice Rachel House received its latest Lifelites-donated package of assistive technology in 2018. We aim to deliver new magical technology in 2022. Please help us make this possible with a one-off or regular donation.