100% Digital Leeds have been supporting Leeds Breathe Easy groups over the last year with access to myCOPD, a self-management app to support them in self-managing their conditions. Delivering digital champion training with group members has enabled digital support to be embedded across the groups, which has supported members to develop their digital skills and … Continue reading “Our groups can now meet ‘virtually’ and there’s still laughs… and coffee!” – Digital Champions making a real difference in Breathe Easy Groups
We want everyone in city to be able to make the most of digital to stay healthy, informed, and connected and we know that many Leeds organisations are using digital technology to reach out to people who are suffering from the effects of isolation and quarantine. Here's how we can help your organisation get the … Continue reading Digital inclusion support for organisations during COVID-19
Beryl was first introduced to technology when she attended our Carers Leeds Introduction to IT course. She had never used a tablet before she joined the course. By the end of the course Beryl was confidently using her tablet to research online, send emails and send messages to others in the group. Beryl asked to … Continue reading “It has been a lifeline” – Carers Leeds share how our Tablet Lending Scheme is supporting carers in isolation.
Over the past few weeks we've all had to think about how we can do things differently, and while face-to-face is no longer an option, more often than not this means doing things digitally. It's been amazing to see how quickly third sector organisations like Leep 1, Cross Gates and District Good Neighbours, and LASSN … Continue reading Coronavirus and staying safe online
Leeds is home to many highly valued organisations which support people with learning disabilities to live independent and equal lives. In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, they have had to close their doors and quickly adapt their working methods in order to continue providing support, information and activities to their users.
NHS England agreed to fund an evidence based digital solution, MyCOPD app in Leeds to support people living with COPD to enable them to have the confidence, skills and knowledge to manage their condition. There are currently 16,500 people in Leeds on the COPD register. What is myCOPD? myCOPD is an integrated online education, self-management, … Continue reading myCOPD in Leeds
The 100% Digital Leeds team are using digital tools and technology to prevent the most vulnerable in society from falling off the radar of the organisations that support them. Anyone who is digitally excluded is also at risk of increased isolation during the current crisis. This includes older people, those with long-term health conditions, people … Continue reading 100% Digital Leeds team response to COVID-19
For the second year in a row, Leeds Libraries, in partnership with Leeds Employment and Skills, have been hosting three #techmums clubs across the city, offering a friendly environment for Mums to improve their digital skills for free. The Leeds clubs began in January, and had only two sessions left to go when the escalating … Continue reading Learning via Zoom with #techmums
This post has been shared from the Leeds Migration Partnership blog and was written by Jon at Leeds Asylum Seekers Support Network As we all get used to new ways of working, video calls are the obvious solution. They’re fun, accessible and immediate. They can really help people feel connected. However, we should also be … Continue reading Partner post: video calls and mobile data from Jon at LASSN
The Digital Health Hub at Cross Gates and District Good Neighbours in partnership with 100% Digital Leeds is continuing to use digital technology to support their members who are socially isolated at this time. There was a lot of uncertainty, worry and upset with the centre having to close last week to its 1200 members … Continue reading Digital Health Hub: Cross Gates and District Good Neighbours – COVID-19