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We have a right to be partners in our care (1)
We are Looked After Children living in residential care. We are aged between 13 and 15
We want to stay connected to family and friends (2)
Mobile Technology can facilitate: SU feedbackEmergency contactLife Story Workand more...(3)
As their key worker I want to make sure I am hearing their voices (1). Phones, tablets and the internet help me achieve this
Apps like SkypeYouTubeMind of My OwnCan help young people communicate
I want to change my subjects for leaving cert. I feel awkward about bringing this up
I know I'll use MoMo app to send a message to my key worker
Technology can support Looked After Children in residential care to communicate their daily needs
I really miss you guys...its so great to see you on here
we miss you too..we are here for you.
There are lots of ways mobile technology and apps can support young people's communication. Young people may feel more comfortable communicating this way (4)
Internet safety, privacy and data protection
The potential negative affect of social media on wellbeing and mental health
Technology helps Service Users to be partners in their care by supporting them to have their voice heard (3)
I know where these teens want to go and I know how to empower them to get there
Technology also helps these Service Users communicate with family & friends. This is a right (1) but also important to strengthen their social support structures (5)
Although technology is very useful and most teens are digitally literate there are considerations to using mobile technology (3,6)
The importance of the skill of face-to-face communication and tangible social support (5)
In conclusion, mobile technology has a clear role in supporting these service users to communicate their daily needs insocial care settings
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