Brand new technology package installed in London children's hospice Richard House.
Lifelites, originally an initiative of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, installed a new package of fun and educational technology in a London Docklands children's hospice. The Master was there to mark the occasion.
Lifelites is the only charity in the UK that donates fun and educational technology for the 7,000 children who stay in all 44 of the country's children's hospices.
Lifelites have been recognised for their innovation; most recently with the technology charity being named overall winner at the Technology4Good Awards.
Speaking at the celebration, the Master said, "We've seen today how much technology has changed since this project began". The Master went on to comment "Today's package is full of games, hardware and devices specifically designed with disability in mind. But it’s not just the technology that has stuck with me: it's the fantastic ways the children are using it".
"We are very grateful for the continued support from WCIT members who make up the bulk of the Lifelites Technical Advisory Panel," Lifelites Chief Executive Simone Enefer-Doy said, "With their help we have continued to develop our package to meet the requirements of children in hospices at the same time as finding cost effective ways in which to deliver our services".
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