[caption id="attachment_20145" align="alignright" width="300"] Children's Hospice Week 2017[/caption] The CEO of Lifelites has drawn attention to the vital role that technology can play in the lives of children who require palliative care.   Speaking to the national charity Together for Short Lives, as part of Children’s Hospice Week, Simone Enefer-Doy said technology “has the potential to remove the barriers put up by a child’s disability or condition and...

Read More

[caption id="attachment_20102" align="alignright" width="210"] Leonard Cheshire Disability review Magic Carpet[/caption] Leonard Cheshire Disability has praised the engagement, inclusivity and accessibility of Magic Carpet, which was recently installed at their Appley Cliff Care Home.   Magic Carpet is an interactive projection system that projects applications onto any horizontal service.   Users can control and play with Magic Carpet by moving on, or over, the projected application.   The Magic Carpet comes with over...

Read More

In 1887, the Polish physician Dr. Ludwig L. Zamenhof published his own language, billed as the universal tongue for the world. This was Esperanto. Of all the similar ideas proposed since then, Esperanto is the only constructed language that is spoken widely today, with a purported two million speakers globally, up to 2,000 of which are ‘native speakers’ with Esperanto as their first language. Even...

Read More