Digital Inclusion for Health (DIH) was an innovative pilot programme developed in partnership by Voluntary Health Scotland and graphics.coop, and funded by the Scottish Government.
The aim of the project was to provide ten small voluntary health organisations with a new, fit for purpose, basic website.
Full details and evaluation of the project can be found at digitalinclusionforhealth.org.uk
This production model has the potential to be applied and developed in other areas of the third sector. If you are interested to discussing how digital inclusion can work for your organisation please get in touch.
Digital Inclusion for Health didn’t just give us the chance to get a new website – it also prompted us to rethink our communication and marketing strategy. We took the opportunity to refresh our branding and update some of our IT too. We now have a flexible website that looks great, is much easier to update and will attract more carers and young carers extending our reach. The positive support we received from DIH made a real difference to the process.
Andrew Tweedy, Carers of East Lothian, Digital Inclusion for Health participant