GoodSAM creates a network of lifesavers across the world
GoodSAM (Smartphone Activated Medic) is a London-based social enterprise, who have created a smartphone alerter and responder app, dispatch system and extensive network of trained doctors, nurses, paramedics and other … Read more
EVA Park supports people living with aphasia
“If EVA Park wasn’t there, I wouldn’t be doing what I do, talk to everyone, going out as well. Went to club on my own two weeks ago. Never done … Read more
Open Bionics create affordable, accessible 3D printed limbs
Open Bionics is revolutionising healthcare by using 3D scanning and 3D printing to dramatically cut the cost of fitting hand amputees with robotic prosthetics. Bionic limbs can cost anything from … Read more
Barclays Bank team up with SignVideo to make banking more accessible
People who are deaf or hard of hearing and use British Sign Language (BSL) used to have to rely on family or friends, or a pre-booked interpreter, to communicate with their … Read more
Talking Birds bring accessibility to the theatre
Talking Birds is a small, independent, site-specific theatre company, making work that explores, and seeks to illuminate, the profound and complex relationships between people and place. Established in 1992, they … Read more
Deadline extended – get your last minute entries in NOW!
The last nine weeks have flown by, and every week the entries we’ve received have been more varied, touching and innovative. To make sure we hear about even more fantastic … Read more
Top Tips for an Award-winning Entry
As we count down the final few days for entering for Tech4Good Awards 2015, Awards organiser Mark Walker, AbilityNet, has put together a few hints and tips about how to make sure your … Read more
Tech4Good Awards: Inside the Judging Process
If last year is anything to go by, this year’s Tech4Good Awards judges are in for a tough afternoon of deliberating and debating at the top of BT Tower, as … Read more
Survey: Will Privacy Fears Kill The Apple Watch?
Thanks to those that took part in the Digital Health Survey 2015, which closed last week. The survey asked respondents about the new generation of wearable devices, like the Apple Watch … Read more
Two weeks to go – enter NOW!
Over the past seven weeks we’ve received some incredible entries for this year’s Tech4Good Awards. Reading about the fantastic work that individuals and organisations are carrying out right here in the … Read more
Tech4Good Impact: Shift
Access to the digital world can be life changing. It can teach us new skills, make our bills cheaper, help us keep in touch with friends and family or apply … Read more
Tech4Good Digital Health Survey 2015
2014 was dubbed “The Year of Wearable Tech”, so it was only fitting that we introduced a new Award to our line-up, the Digital Health Award. Since last year wearable … Read more