Care home residents to receive video devices to stay connected

Vic Rayner, executive director, NCF

Isolated residents in care homes, hospices and in-patient learning disability and autism units will receive devices to keep connected with family and friends during Covid-19. Facebook will provide up to 2,050 Portal video calling devices to care settings as well as hospitals. Fifty devices have been deployed to pilot sites in Surrey, with Manchester, Newcastle…

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