information and communications technology

FAST is a small, independent organisation and registered charity which works collaboratively with other members of the Assistive Technology community, across statutory, voluntary and private sectors to bring innovative products to market and to improve services for disabled and older people. Their website includes a database of Assistive Technology research and development, a list of events and workshops, and a guide to training and courses in Assistive Technology.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

Podcast from the Connected Practice Symposium, "Human services in the network society, changes, challenges & opportunities", Institute for Advanced Studies, Glasgow, 14th/15th September 2009. Talk by Jackie Rafferty, Director of Centre for Human Service Technology, University of Southampton.

Talk from Connected Practice Symposium, "Human services in the network society : changes, challenges & opportunities", Institute for Advanced Studies, Glasgow, 14th/15th September 2009. Talk by Walter LaMendola, Graduate School of Social Work, University of Denver.