Sue O’Connor and Ainsley Bowles write about how
technology enabled care can help those with learning disabilities.
Recently we attended our first Learning Disability Today conference in London – which is in
So what is the Learning Disability Lifecare Programme?
We went along to this event so that we could showcase our latest proposition – the Learning Disability Lifecare programme. A full Connected Care Technology service which can be delivered into an organisation as a complete personalised technology service for each individual needing support. If an organisation doesn’t need this “
This means that we are providing a framework for transforming service delivery, and in addition to working through
But what is actually involved?
Elements of the Lifecare model include awareness courses for professionals, guidance on assessment, installation and programming and training on using technology to support people who may be vulnerable when out in the community.
We have pulled together a short video which outlines exactly what our consultancy and training service can offer, which you can watch below.
One thing we came away from the event passionate about, is that there are so many small organisations working in the learning disability support industry, and we would love to spend more time with them to understand more about how they work and how
Would you like to be part of the conversation on how
Photo: Ainsley Bowles and Tracey Russell at the Learning Disability Today event in London.