Last month saw the exciting launch of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Assistive Technology (#AT_APPG) held at Speaker's House in the Palace of Westminster.
12 April 2017
On Friday 31st March, CATCH Director Professor Mark Hawley and Centre Manager Simon Butler were invited to attend a breakfast meeting around eldercare by Westfield Health at their impressive new building, Westfield House.
10 April 2017
Mark Jayes, former CATCH PhD student attended the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics 12th World Conference in Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law, Limassol 21st - 23rd March 2017 to give an oral presentation about his PhD research entitled: Development and feasibility of the Mental Capacity Assessment Support Toolkit (MCAST).
5 April 2017
CATCH is delighted to be one of five institutions from the UK to be part of the Foreign Office’s Global Britain campaign.
3 April 2017
The booking system for Exhibition and Sponsorship is now open!
31 March 2017
We invite those working to use or innovate Assistive Technology and associated services to submit short communications for presentation or as posters for Technology for Independence (T4I 2017).
29 March 2017
The University of Sheffield, is working with Sheffield Flourish and Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT and a range of other partners to explore the potential opportunities and challenges around using ground breaking digital resources to help people self-manage some mental health conditions.
28 March 2017
New publication explores how nursing home residents with dementia respond to the interactive art installation ‘VENSTER’
A paper, co-authored by CATCH Professor Luc de Witte entitled: “How nursing home residents with dementia respond to the interactive art installation ‘VENSTER’: a pilot study” has been published.
27 March 2017