The local STP, along with mHabitat from the NHS and Good Things Foundation, are looking for people that can support this important piece of work. Below I have provided a briefing of what this is and how we are looking to engage people accessing services. The user journey and workshops (outlined below), will require engagement of people with hearing and/or visual impairment, If you are interested in being part of this work, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The pathfinder project aim, is to deliver digital inclusion activity to improve the health and wellbeing of socially excluded groups in the community. We have 12 months to run a number of engagement sessions to support those groups in exploring existing digital apps, information and services available as well as co-designing what a better service might look like
West Yorkshire Pathfinder – Health Technology for Hearing & Visual Impairment
We need your help to find volunteers across the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership area. Our aim is to take the learning and research already done in this area to co-create and test existing solutions, and promote those, to ensure people with sensory impairments are not excluded from services
Do you know of someone (or a group), who has one of or both of these sensory impairments, that might like to get involved in this exciting next phase of making access to NHS services better?
Volunteers can get involved in a number of ways as follows:
Please pass any information of potential volunteers onto email@example.com by no later than 31st January 2018
Thank you in advance for helping us to improve services.