Want to find out more about a new website that shows you gadgets and solutions that can make life easier for you?

We’ll be at Coleshill Library & Information Centre between 1.30pm and 3.30pm on Tuesday 5th November to tell you about AskSARA (www.warwickshire.gov.uk/asksara), the easy-to-use website that helps improve people’s access to a range of ‘self-help’ smart technology in Warwickshire.

On Thursday 14th November, between 10am to 12 noon, you’ll get another opportunity to find out more at Atherstone Library & Information Centre.
Learn more about how the website works and see for yourself examples of gadgets – from automatic pill dispensers to reminder clocks, personal alarms and general equipment – that could help you with day-to-day tasks so you can stay well for longer.

The AskSARA website has been launched in the county by Warwickshire County Council as part of our commitment, through the Warwickshire Cares Better Together programme, to give people better access to Assistive Technology.

From cooking and bathing to taking medication, or doing hobbies and daily tasks, AskSARA provides information, advice and guidance on smart gadgets and solutions that can enable people to help themselves.
The website signposts people to a whole range of gadgets and solutions based on their own personal needs and produces an individual report with suggested ideas, based on the answers to some simple, multiple-choice questions.

Visit the AskSARA Warwickshire website at www.warwickshire.gov.uk/asksara.