The UK’s favourite disability lifestyle publication, Able Magazine has awarded Kuradocs a 4-star rating for its product Kuradocs, the online system that houses person-centred information.
Able Magazine reviews the best products in the marketplace in order to give disabled people a benchmark to look for as they purchase new disability specific equipment and assistive technology. Products are rigorously tested in four areas and given an overall score based on how they were judged. The criteria are: how well the product is made and how user friendly it is, if it looks good, how innovative it is, and if it represents good value for money.
Editor of Able Magazine, Tom Jamison said: “We take great care to see things from the disabled person’s point of view. It’s not just about how well a product works, it’s about ‘can I live with it?’ ‘does it look good?’. Great products bring together form and function, be it a new car or a simple gadget to make life that little bit easier. It’s great when we see a cracking product that will genuinely help a disabled person in their day-to-day life.”
Nicola Murgatroyd, founder of Kuradocs said: “I am delighted that Kuradocs has received such a high star rating from Able magazine. This review further highlights how those with disabilities or medical conditions can use Kuradocs to help keep a record of their appointments, medications, progress, and also share information with others for example family members, carers, or other healthcare professionals.”
You can see the review below.
Further information about Able Magazine is available at www.ablemagazine.co.uk.