U.S., Aug. 24 -- A UK charity has been delivering assistive technology to children with disabilities and complex conditions to prevent isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lifelites has donated iPads and a 'Tech Trunk' equipped with sensory technologies to children's hospices up and down the UK, to make sure children stay connected to carers and family, and remain active during the pandemic.
The Tech Trunk is a portable case packed full of assistive technology for children who receive hospice care at home. They also contain iPads with special apps and drop-proof cases. The adaptive iPads have proven to be crucial for children to stay in touch with others during the lockdown.
The Children's Hospice Association Scotland, (CHAS), said...