Need some extra training?

We're now offering refresher training for hospice staff. Get in touch if you'd like to book a session.

Help and support with Lifelites equipment

Our tech support team are just a phone call away...

Online resources centre

Guides for children's hospice staff to help them use their Lifelites equipment.

Specially adapted mice (or mouses)

These devices can help users with motor skill difficulties to use the PC's effectively with a mouse. Browse here for users guides and information on different devices.

Rollerball Mouse

Wireless rollerball mouse

The wireless rollerball mouse is ideal for those with motor skills difficulties. The mouse works with a receiver unit that connects to the PC via USB cable. The mouse has a natural hand rest plus left and right and drag lock buttons.


DocumentGetting started guide Rollerball Mouse

VideoVideo tutorial


Airmouse (or Gyration mouse)

The airmouse can be used as a normal wireless optical mouse for use on a desktop, but can also be used as a ‘Remote’ mouse. The mouse uses gyroscopic motion technology to allow the user to move the mouse around in the air to navigate around the screen.


Gyration Mouse


DocumentGetting started guide 

 DocumentFull user manual


The makey makey is an invention that allows you to turn everyday objects into a mouse, keyboard or switch.


How does it work?

When you touch the banana, you make a connection, and MaKey MaKey sends the computer a keyboard message. The computer just thinks MaKey MaKey is a regular keyboard (or mouse). Therefore it works with all programs and webpages, because all programs and webpages take keyboard and mouse input. 


WeblinkMakeyMakey website

Video Makey Makey Video

Telephone: 0207 440 4200
60 Great Queen Street
Charity No: 1165791