Our technology can contribute positively in delivering support and interventions for people with a learning disability and behaviours that challenge, increasing their skills rather than changing the person with the aim of improving Quality of Life

It takes into account the severity of a person’s learning disability, their developmental stage and any communication difficulties, whether they are physical or mental problems.

It can work towards improving quality of life around mood and wellbeing and can support self-management and encourages the person to be independent through the variety of activities and menus in a way that is appropriate to the person’s cognitive development.

Our portfolio of products is supporting the delivery of care

  • Quality of Life

  • Independence

  • Wellbeing

Our Clinicians

  • Joanna James

    Joanna James

    Dementia Lead Nurse

    Imperial Healthcare Trust

  • Katie Pritchard

    Katie Pritchard

    Ward Manager

    Imperial Healthcare Trust

  • Danielle Woods

    Danielle Woods

    Lead Nurse for Dementia

    Bradford Teaching Hospitals

  • Angela Moore

    Angela Moore

    Admiral Nurse

    Hinchingbrooke Hospital

  • Alison Gray

    Alison Gray

    Dementia Specialist Nurse

    Peterborough City Hospital

  • Debbie Shaw

    Debbie Shaw

    Mental health liaison

    Walsall Manor Hospital

  • Barbara Schofield

    Barbara Schofield

    Nurse Consultant

    Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

  • Sue Atkins

    Sue Atkins

    Clinical Nurse Specialist

    University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

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