Tag Archives: Telehealth

#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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