Keep up to date with all the latest CATCH news and developments

Researcher Dr Rebecca Palmer wins Verna Wright Prize from The Society for Research in Rehabilitation (SRR)

Congratulations to CATCH researcher Dr Rebecca Palmer who last month was awarded the the Verna Wright Prize for best oral presentation 2016 for 'What do People with Aphasia want to be Able to Say?'.

7 June 2017

Professor Wendy Moyle from Menzies Health Institute (Queensland) joins June CATCH Networking Lunch as guest speaker

The wider CATCH network came out in force last week to hear from guest speaker, Professor Wendy Moyle with her talk entitled “Companion Robots: Are they Effective in Care of People with Dementia?”

5 June 2017

Barnsley Assistive Technology team win the Chairman’s award at Hospital’s Heart Awards

Barnsley Assistive Technology Team last night were delighted to win the Chairman's award at the Hospital's eighth annual Heart Awards.

2 June 2017

T4I2017 Call Deadline Extended to 23/06/17

The call for short communications to the 2017 T4I Conference to be held in Sheffield in September has been extended to Friday 23rd June 2017.

30 May 2017

AAATE2017: Don’t miss Early Bird Registration

Have you registered for the AAATE2017 Conference yet? The Early Bird Registration price is only available for six more days!

18 May 2017

Help to raise awareness for dementia

On Friday 19th May, drop into the CATCH Home Lab in the Innovation Centre (S1 4DP) for a cup of tea and some cake to create more awareness for dementia and raise money to support those trying to find a cure and support the care of people with the condition.

17 May 2017

The Inauguration of THULSI

As part of our international project “a mobile diagnostic and screening toolkit for urban slums settings”, an inauguration event was held in Bangalore, India for the first phase of the toolkit THULSI (Toolkit for Healthy Urban Life in Slums Initiative).

12 May 2017

AAATE2017 Draft Programme now available – book your place!

The AAATE2017 Congress will address the global challenge of meeting the needs of the increasing number of people who could benefit from Assistive Technology.

11 May 2017