Kennedys report on the future of care after life-changing accidents
The compensation system for care following life-changing accidents is outdated and no longer meets public expectations for
assistive technologies, according to Kennedys. In a new report, “The future of care: is technology the answer?”, Kennedys
said that the Covid-19 outbreak has revealed the inflexibility and lack of innovation in personal care systems around the
world, and relieving these pressures will require an innovative new approach.
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