Lifelites donates and maintains assistive and inclusive technology for the 10,000 life-limited and disabled children using every children’s hospice service across the British Isles. The assistive technology gives these children the opportunity to play, be creative, communicate and control something for themselves, for as long as it is possible.
A Freemasons-funded project at a children’s hospice in Hampshire has been featured as part of a BBC show about disability and video games Over the past year, the Province of Hampshire & Isle of Wight has provided significant funding to the charity Lifelites so it can provide life-changing assistive technology to children at a local hospice. … Read more
The children and young people at Shooting Star Chase children’s hospice have received a donation of assistive technology worth £50,000 from national children’s charity Lifelites, thanks to funding from Middlesex Freemasons. The technology donated is specially adapted for children with disabilities and can be used by the children to play games with their family and … Read more