The SENDoc team were invited to present their findings from research on technology for rehabilitation at the Stroke Boot Camp 2021, organised by Dr. Alison Porter-Armstrong, Senior Lecturer in Rehabilitation Sciences at Ulster University. The boot camp lasted one week, from 14th - 18th June and was attended by more than 350 rehabilitation staff. The SENDoc team presented on Thursday afternoon (17th), where Dr. Daniel Kelly give an overview of a prospective falls model using an off-the-shelf wearable sensor developed during the SENDoc project, Richard Davies spoke about IMU's and wearable insoles for post-stroke gait analysis, and Dr. Karla Munoz-Esquivel presented the ViMove sensor technology for axial spondyloarthritis patients. Additional presentations from John Barton on a wearable glove for Parkinson's Disease patients and Antti Alamaki on the G-walk system / Movesole system for gait analysis were uploaded to the boot camp website, and can be viewed here. The SENDoc session at the boot camp ended with an audience Q&A for our researchers on the panel.