NeverSeconds II: One senior’s daily dose of meals on wheels

It’s interesting to follow the developing story that has led to Roddy McCuish, leader of Argyll and Bute Council, to announce live on BBC Radio 4 that they would be reversing their decision to ban a 9 year old blogger who had decided to snap pictures of her school meals and post them on NeverSeconds.

Can’t wait to read about a sequel featuring an independently living “ePatient from Hell” documenting their meals-on-wheels deliveries…

Some related posts:

This Mothers Day teach someone you love to SMS and set them up some preset templates
If “Loneliness is ‘deadly for the elderly” isn’t it time we recognised the life saving potential of SMS?
Another very tragic reason to teach your loved ones how to send SMS
TelecareAware: Carer who lied about time spent with elderly woman is clocked by telecare monitor

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1 Response to NeverSeconds II: One senior’s daily dose of meals on wheels

  1. Pingback: Several more very good reasons why you should help the seniors you care for join the mobile generation « mHealth Insight: the blog of 3G Doctor

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