Preparation of implementation:
1. Solution exploration phase (June - December 2012)
The following activities were undertaken during this period:
a) Community engagement through individual interviews, focus groups, workshops and creation of community engagement website
b) Preparation of communication materials - newsletters,...
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Following LiU Evaluation the costs were estimated at between £1 and £2.80 per user...
The evaluation plan was designed to generate hight quality data that can be used to measure the impact of LiU and to inform wide-scale rollout of LiU across a whole population. The evaluation plan consists of 3 strands:
1. Overall Dallas Evaluation - The purpose was to analyse the socio-technical...
Maturity level detalis:
Current evidence from LiU identifies:
It is generating preventive behaviour/s in its users, including a three-times lower self-reported instance of using care services, six times higher self-reported instance of community volunteering; plus a greater capacity to care for others and a willingness...
Kind of impact:
Better quality of life (societal)
Aspects time of impact:
Up to May 2015, Living it Up (LiU) was an innovation project funded over 3 years by the Scottish Government and Innovate UK (previously the Technology Strategy Board) as part of the UK wide dallas programme. Following the completion of the dallas innovation phase, LiU was funded by the Scottish...
There is commitment from policy makers that future models of care will shift power from professionals to people. Evidence shows that engaged and empowered citizens who feel supported to achieve their own personal goals are more likely to engage in healthy behaviours, support others and use public...