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Our projects

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Revolutionising rehabilitation after a stroke

The Gameball Platform from Neurofenix is an innovative approach that’s set to revolutionise rehabilitation. Taking inspiration from the world of computer games, it aims to make physiotherapy more affordable and enjoyable for everyone. more >
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Mapmyhealth: digital tools to manage diabetes

Nominet Trust is funding Mapmyhealth to develop a prototype and set up the thorough clinical testing it needs to help more people live well with diabetes. more >
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Armchair Gallery App: bringing world-class art to over-65s

The Armchair Gallery App is an exciting new way to enjoy art for over-65s who cannot access art galleries. more >
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Creating a difference through communal making

Digital Makers is a pioneering creative arts programme that will use digital design technology to bring older people together in North Belfast to make new friends and expand their existing skills. more >
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Digital Doris: giving older people the chance to dance

The Moving Memory Dance Theatre Company developed Digital Doris to overcome the challenges older people face during movement-based workshops held in residential care homes and day care centres. These included physical limitations, like short-term memory loss and mobility problems, plus the venues’ limited space. more >
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Changing older people’s lives through interactive drama

Ladder to the Moon is creating an online platform designed to train carers in interactive drama techniques, so more of the 250,000 people living with dementia in UK care homes can benefit from this effective approach. more >
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Do, Think and Share: inspiring older people to re-think retirement

64 Million Artists is a national campaign dedicated to inspiring people in the UK to unlock their creativity. And now, through a close partnership with Leicester Aging Together, they’re ensuring older people enjoy the benefits of everyday creativity too. more >
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MIRROR: providing a fresh perspective on facial paralysis

MIRROR harnesses the same smart technology used in films and games to measure facial movements. Clinicians can track this data remotely and so see what treatment is working, or when to consider alternatives. Getting this right early on gives patients a greater chance of rehabilitation. more >
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The JAM Platform: making services accessible to everyone

NOW Group’s JAM smartphone app gives people who have additional needs or learning disabilities a discreet way to signal that they need extra time to access services. When they pay at a shop, or get on a bus, they can flash the app to show they have specific needs. more >
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MyOwnTeam: connecting people with a chronic medical condition

MyOwnTeam uses an innovative algorithm to connect users with an ultra-personalised peer group who are all going through the same thing. They can instantly share their challenges and solutions through in-app chat, without having to attend a face-to-face session or seek out support groups online. more >