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Calling Scottish residents with sensory loss

Are you interested in helping to improve the availability of health and wellbeing information for people in Scotland living with long term conditions, disabled people and unpaid carers? If so, ALISS would like to hear from you.

ALISS is A Local Information System for Scotland, a digital service and programme within the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (ALLIANCE). It enables individuals and professionals / organisations to find and share information on services, groups, activities and resources that help people live well.

ALISS is looking for individuals living with sensory loss (blindness / sight loss; deafness / hearing loss; and deafblindness / dual sensory loss) to join focus sessions about how to make the ALISS system accessible, user friendly and intuitive to all needs.

If you may be interested or would like further information, please contact Katherine Long, User Researcher and session facilitator: