Sensory impairment in West Yorkshire

 

Can digital tools improve the experience of people accessing health information and support?

Good Things Foundation is working with South West Yorkshire STP and mHabitat to explore ways to improve health interactions for those with sensory impairments. We are keen to understand the current situation, the work arounds that are being employed and ultimately how to make the health care system accessible.

As a wave 2 NHS WDP Pathfinder, Good Things Foundation worked with South West Yorkshire STP, mHabitat, local CCG's, GP's and voluntary sensory impairment groups to understand the current situation and how the digital market can be used to break down barriers to health.


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People engaged in the Pathfinder

53

People supported
in depth

44

Digital Champions Recruited


Explore our pathfinder activity in West Yorkshire

Pathfinder documents

Alpha Review

A write up of the Alpha phase of the pathfinder where we look at what has been done so far and the assets to be used in Beta.

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Pathfinder report

An evolving document tracking the progress of the Pathfinder

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Design session 1 – Stakeholder engagement

A write up of the first design session held with all local stakeholders and users. Understanding our perceptions of journeys and what we know of the best practice happening in the region

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Design Session 2 – User insight 

A write up of the second design session where we visited Kirklees Visual Impairment Network (KVIN) and Bradford Talking Media (BTM). 

Read the write up