Learning Disabilities

Connected Care and Health technology such as telecare, assistive technology and telehealth
has a key role to play in supporting people with learning disabilities in a way that promotes
independence as well as safeguarding them. Find out more in our solutions guide and training course guide

Technology can make a difference to people with all kinds of learning disabilities, whether their difficulties are relatively mild or more profound and if they are living in formal care settings or more independently in the community. From managing risks such as fires or falling, to aiding communication and helping to deliver greater privacy or dignity, technology can enable people to have more control over the way they live their lives. 
 
Please find below a collection of resources around learning disabilities and Connected Care, if you would like to hear more about Tunstall, or receive our quarterly newsletter 'Connection', please email marketing@tunstall.com

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