ALISSproject_insights

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A collection of insights from the ALISSproject initial research.

We interviewed people who live with long term conditions in Scotland to understand what their support networks are and how information delivery and support could be improved.

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ALISSproject_insights

  1. 1. How can we recognise people as information hubs? How can we improve self confidence of people? How can we improve family and friend’s understanding? Is there a way of sharing all the learnings in a non condition specific way? Is there a way of sharing these activities in a non condition specific way?
  2. 2. Is there a way of supporting one another in a non condition specific way? What opportunities does the difference between physical and emotional support present? What do people want to do and how can we support this? How can we recognise the importance of timing? How can we accommodate all these different approaches?

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