Catherine Livesey, Play Specialist at Claire House told us that the Lifelites package enables independence, building of new relationships, encourages social skills and tends to bring laughter and smiles!
She says: "The head cap is very good for children and young people with poor hand and arm movement, giving them access to everything on the computer without having to ask staff to help them."
We hope to bring more 'laughter and smiles' to the children at Claire House with a new package in 2020/21. Can you help us raise the funds for it? Then get in touch with us by emailing Sam: email@example.com
We're still working closely with Bluebell Wood - we installed our last package there in 2011.
Lifelites provided a new package at Charlton Farm in 2012. We still need your help though - we never walk away from a hospice but do continue to provide technical support and training.
In 2012 we arrived at Chestnut Tree House with a bagful of assistive and specialist technology goodies. They haven't looked back since.
We hope our collaboration with Demelza on our Eyegaze pilot project will revolutionise the service we are able to provide to children in hospices across the UK and Ireland.
This West Yorkshire children's hospice Martin House should receive a new package of assistive technology in 2020/21. We need your help to make it happen.
St Elizabeth is an adult hospice which provides Transition care for young adults from the age of fourteen.
We work with both the children and young adults at this Newcastle based hospice and last provided some equipment in 2011 and 2012 respectively.