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New smart aids to live well book is now available

As technology advances each year it can be interesting to try to keep up. Technology is your friend when it comes to managing your health, though – each chapter has lots of interesting knowledge on simple, low-cost technology to help with your health, independence and wellbeing. These items are free or affordable and can really revolutionise your day-to-day life.



From topics such as independent living, healthy eating and exercise, this is a comprehensive guide to the smart aids that can help you live well. If you are interested, you can find our book here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1838397760/ref=cm_sw_r_em_api_glt_fabc_2DRGN9HND2YFCRAMB20X


Featured author: Alex Rowley


Alex is Director and Chief Technical Officer of Wavemaker CIC. With a professional background spanning 20 years, Alex has a significant amount of experience with technology. His skills encompass technical aspects of networking infrastructure, equipment deployment and management, training, support, advice and guidance. Alex has an in–depth knowledge of the challenges that relate to the education and training sector. He is passionate about helping to steer change, as an individual and representative of Wavemaker.


“I am the owner of a company that provides care for people in their own homes. I am interested in how the introduction of a little technology into people’s homes can help them remain independent and so help them stay in the place they love – home. It is possible to equip a home with a small number of inobtrusive devices that are able to (for example) monitor movement and activity, the opening and closing of an external door, the use of electrical devices in the kitchen and devices which can detect if the person has fallen. This technology can also provide piece of mind for remotely located family members who can also monitor, in actual time, the activity of their loved ones.” Paul Edden, featured author

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