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UNPAID CARERS RESEARCH

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How could satellite technologies be used to support the care sector in the future?  What part can they play in amplifying the voices of unpaid carers?

Considering the rural nature of the South West region and the social isolation many carers experience, the potential difference that satellites could make is now being explored.

As part of The Connected Healthcare (CHC) project our colleagues at Falmouth University are investigating if mobile messaging technology can help reach and understand issues relating to unpaid carers in a remote area like Cornwall.

We’d love you to share our flyer so we can reach people in your network who may like to get involved.

About CHC:

The CHC project supports the delivery of satellite support to care homes and GP surgeries, as part of its funding and association with the UK Space Agency and Goonhilly Earth Station Ltd.

Flyer Key Info:

View Flyer here

Are you an Unpaid Carer? Would you like to take part in a “Text message” study by Falmouth University?

The research is exploring if mobile technology can help reach and understand issues relating to unpaid carers in a remote area like Cornwall.

If you interested in taking part please text CHC to  07770 654 123

A return text will contain a link to on-line information and details of how to participate.

If you don’t have access to a mobile phone, a loan phone can be arranged, if you would like to participate please write to

CHC Unpaid Carers Study , PO Box 340, St Austell, PL25 9HQ


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