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  • KEEP

    KEEP

    KEEP+ is a £9.3m ERDF supported programme, providing grants for MEs to access knowledge and expertise through collaboration with university and research institutions for the development of new products and services.

  • West Suffolk testing out Dutch model for care at home

    West Suffolk testing out Dutch model for care at home

    A highly successful Dutch model of care at home – known as Buurtzorg, which means neighbourhood care - is being explored in West Suffolk through a ‘Test and Learn Site’

  • Alternative Curriculum, Education out of the Wild (ACEWild)

    Alternative Curriculum, Education out of the Wild (ACEWild)

    Norfolk County Council led this Erasmus+ funded project which aims to help educators provide long term, high quality, environmental and outdoor learning opportunities specifically tailored to young people demonstrating challenging behaviour.

  • Project: Heritage Recycled

    Project: Heritage Recycled

    Suffolk Mind was a partner, with The Churches Conservation Trust, in a 2011-2014 joint project with Belgian partners to share experience and learning on the reuse of heritage assets.

  • Project: citizen-centred App for people with mild dementia and their carers

    Project: citizen-centred App for people with mild dementia and their carers

    Anglia Ruskin University is leading the project MIAMI (Medical Intelligence for Assistive Management Interface – Mild Dementia) which builds upon an innovative patient-centered support tool to develop a mHealth application for patients with mild dementia

  • Project: empowering patients in self-management of cancer

    Project: empowering patients in self-management of cancer

    The University of Bedfordshire is a partner in the project iManageCancer (Empowering patients and strengthening self-management in cancer diseases) teams serious games with the latest in self-management technology to empower people living with cancer.

  • Project: cycling and walking in cities

    Project: cycling and walking in cities

    Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is working alongside eleven partners from across Europe in the project TRACE which will assess the potential of ICT-based tracking services for the promotion and planning of cycling and walking in cities.

  • Project: Business, innovation and visual design

    Project: Business, innovation and visual design

    Anglia Ruskin University’s project VIVID (Value Increase by Visual Design) 2010-2014 explored themes around Visual Design. Creatively translating communication into multimedia applications.

  •  Project: developing an autonomous and intelligent wheelchair

    Project: developing an autonomous and intelligent wheelchair

    The University of Essex was a partner in the project SYSIASS (Autonomous and Intelligent Healthcare System) 2010-14 which developed an intelligent wheelchair, demonstrating how ICT can help improve healthcare systems and social inclusion

  • Project: road safety for older people

    Project: road safety for older people

    Southend-on-Sea Borough Council led the Safer Mobility for Elderly Road Users (SaMERU) project. Aiming to produce recommendations to improve the safety of elderly road users.

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