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100% Digital Leeds team response to COVID-19

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

Partner post: video calls and mobile data from Jon at LASSN

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

Digital Health Hub: Cross Gates and District Good Neighbours – COVID-19

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

New Case Study: Groundwork Green Doctors

Groundwork is a charity working nationally and locally to transform lives in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities. Groundwork’s ‘Green Doctors’ support people in their homes and the community to save money and resources, cutting the number of households in fuel poverty. Green Doctors are experienced advisers who know how to make the biggest cost savings and how to … Continue reading New Case Study: Groundwork Green Doctors

New Case Study: Learning Partnerships

In the year 1900 a 15-year old Lithuanian named Meshe David Osinsky travelled to England alone, to escape persecution in his home country.  By his death in 1952 he had become Sir Montague Burton – employing thousands of people as founder of Burton Menswear.  He didn’t speak any English when he arrived, but he came … Continue reading New Case Study: Learning Partnerships