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New Digital Health Sites/Apps

This is a hugely challenging time for everyone but for some it’s especially hard. Some people find themselves particularly isolated by social distancing.

NHSX, the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the Ministry for Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) have announced 18 innovative digital solutions under the TechForce19 challenge. The funding for each project will be used to develop new ways to support vulnerable people who need to stay at home or need other help in the community for extended periods of time.

Successful projects already offering help include:

  • Feebris for the most vulnerable who are isolating – an app to help carers identify health risks and deterioration within elderly communities

  • Neurolove.org to support young people with mental health – a platform providing a friendly ear and human support for young people to help them to keep virtually social and safe online

  • Peppy for parents – helping parents-to-be and new parents remotely access trusted, convenient advice from perinatal and mental health issues

  • Vinehealth for cancer patients – a mobile app to support cancer patients during treatment and easily track and understand their care, including their symptoms, side effects, appointments and medications

  • Beam for the homeless population - a digital platform to support the homeless by taking referrals from local authorities and homeless charities, to ensure goods are funded, delivered and documented.

For more information about the programme visit Techforce19.uk

 
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