February 2015

Published: 2nd March, 2015

HRH The Princess Royal helps celebrate success of redesigned services for people with learning disabilities in Newton Abbot. The Princess was able to see a demonstration of an exciting piece of technology, which has been developed to support people with learning disabilities manage their own health and wellbeing. Lincus - developed by technology company Rescon - is an easy-to-use picture and simple word-based application for recording health and wellbeing information. Hft has worked with Rescon to develop Lincus for people with learning disabilities, allowing them to record their feelings using an intuitive touchscreen interface.


Rescon continues to work with Plus Dane and the core partnership on the Liverpool Waves of Hope program with a target release of Lincus into the program in July 2015.

Waves of Hope

Rescon's Wellbeing-Tracker technology features on Euronews.


Rescon is invited to present at the UK eHealth week on behalf of the Long Term Care revolution on March 3rd.

Rescon starts working with award winning app developers Citrus Suite to create a new Lincus experience in iOS and Android.

February 2015 News