The Department of Health believes that at least three million people could benefit from Telehealth and Telecare services. Through remote technology their condition could be monitored more regularly allowing prompt action and interventions.
Rather than attending hospital every three or four months for routine check-ups, their condition can be monitored almost continually. Patients can be monitored and treated in the convenience of their own home.
CETAL develops Telehealth packages based on proven clinical models and assessed technology to meet specific clinical needs. We provide consultancy, educational and technology support with all packages. All are tailored to any healthcare location for the acute and rehabilitation phases of long-term clinical care.more details download our brochure
This one-day course examines the principles of accessible design for kitchens, with special emphasis on unique features developed for clients with visual impairments and wheelchair users. Delivered by award-winning accessible kitchen designer, Adam Thomas, the course covers essential elements for accessibility, common errors in accessible design, problem solving, and a practical case study examining the ideal scenario for a client with complex access issues. The day includes a demonstration of the new wheelchair accessible kitchen at CETAL Bucks, fitted with state-of-the-art features and a range of innovative door openers.for more information please visit our event page.