Tag Archives: assistive technology

In the shoes of … | Shahana Ramsden, Patient and Public Voice Manager, NHS England, looking forward to the Open House…

I am delighted to publish a new guest blog today by Shahana Ramsden, with news of the forthcoming NHS England ‘Open House Days’. Shahana’s bubbly memories of her childhood remind me of the lovely guest blog by Anne Cooper. Shahana addresses how … Continue reading

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#KentDigicare – a giant leap for Social Movements

In January 2010, I joined LinkedIn. I ‘linked in’ with three or four people I knew. So far, so good. And then I received a LinkedIn invitation  from a certain Shirley Ayres. I’d never heard of her. I consulted my … Continue reading

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In the shoes of…Angie Carter | Assistive Technology specialist

I first met Angie Carter when she gave a presentation at the Later Life conference in London in 2011. I was impressed by her outcomes-focused, person-centred approach towards the use of assistive technology. For Day 12  of our series of ‘walk … Continue reading

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