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Read ALL about us!

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ALL INN may have been quiet on the blog front for a while but we’ve been working hard in the background!

A session took place in late September which may lead to an exciting collaboration – watch this space for more details on that. We’ve been featured in a case study on the brand new Translate website, which you can read here as well as on the Doing Good Leeds website.

In addition to this we have a new session to look forward to in the New Year. It will take place on the 3rd February 2017 and is for people living with dementia and their carers, and professionals working in dementia.

For more information and to enquire about attending please contact Suzanne on Suzanne.morton@leeds.gov.uk or 07584 581 656.

A busy week for the ALL INN project!

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A demonstration of the high tech facilities at the Clinical Skills Suite

This week has been all go for the ALL INN project. The Naidex conference in Birmingham on Tuesday was an opportunity to meet organisations with innovative independent living and assistive technology products and services. This should lead to some exciting opportunities and projects, watch this space for more information! 

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Product Design students visit ALL

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Leeds Beckett University Product Design students in the ALL warehouse

Students from the Product Design course at Leeds Beckett University recently visited Assisted Living Leeds. The visit was to set the context for their next project on designing products for assisted living, by giving a flavour of existing independent living products and services, and to help generate more ideas.

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Partnerships

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Wendy, LIP member, at an ALL INN session

 

The ALL INN project works with some great partner organisations from across Leeds, and would like to take this opportunity to shout about them!

ALL INN organises sessions for Assistive Technology providers to consult with people who use services or have particular medical conditions or needs. People can contact us directly to sign up but in order to reach as many people as possible and tailor who we approach we work with some key partner organisations. Continue reading