England – Isolated and life-limited children to receive assistive technology


England - Isolated and life-limited children to receive assistive technology

(by editorial board, Charity Today, June 16,2020)

 

The Provincial Grand Lodge of Cornwall pledged £1,000 to the charity Lifelites which donates assistive technology for life-limited and disabled children using hospice care services in Cornwall.

Lifelites and the Freemasons of Cornwall are particularly aware that the COVID-19 pandemic has left many people feeling overwhelmed by the sudden change of routine and isolation. Everyone is now getting a living insight into what it is like to be a life-limited and disabled child; unable to leave the house independently, or speak to people and socialise naturally, or even carry out all sorts of everyday activities that we usually take for granted. These are all challenges that Lifelites is seeking to help these children overcome through the provision of our special technologies. Particularly now, they find themselves even more isolated due to changes in hospices services.

Lifelites donates and maintains assistive and …

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England - Isolated and life-limited children to receive assistive technology

 

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