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COMING SOON. Technology for Good – Community Think Tank Podcast

Its not long to go till we launch our Technology for Good – Community Think Tank on the 5th February. To support this initiative and to keep sharing with you our latest news and technology to help people with neurological conditions we will be launching our own podcast.

We will be talking about news from the Community Think Tank, brilliant technology in the news and how its making a difference to people with neurological conditions, what the community Think Tank is working on and how you can get involved.

Our first podcast is hosted by Lucy Grimwade of The Wonder. Lucy interviews Sharon Curtis – Founder of Technology for Good and you can find out more information about the Community Think Tank initiative.

Through our podcasts we will be speaking to guest speakers about technology they are working on, or have released, healthcare professionals, authors, people with neurological conditions to understand how their conditions affect them and the role technology has to play in treatment and living better.

Technology for Good podcast recording
Recording for our first podcast – Technology for Good – Community Think Tank

How you can get the podcast

You will be able to subscribe on spotify, itunes and other podcast players so please watch out for more information on how to subscribe.

How to get involved

If you would like to get involved in the podcast either by helping host or being a guest in one of our episodes. Please do get in touch with

If you would like to be involved in our Think Tank our launch event is on the 5th Feb at the Microsoft Reactor and the link to sign up the the event is here.

Technology for Good is a Community Think Tank for creating and sharing ideas that will help people living with neurological conditions live better lives. We would love you to get in touch or find out more here

Other ways to Connect with Technology for Good – Community Think Tank

Twitter Instagram Facebook group Think Tank meet up group Linked In

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