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