To help with this, they have reopened their small fund for grants of up to £1,750.
The grant aims to enable the third sector to carry out engagement around the information and resources needed for wider awareness, understanding and uptake of digital wellbeing, health and care tools.
They are particularly interested in hearing from groups and organisations working with people who would not necessarily consider digital to be one of their key areas of interest. This is in recognition of the fact that digital technologies and services have become more widespread due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and that their uptake for health, caring or wellbeing purposes can be influenced by many factors, including awareness, access, skills and literacy.
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 24th May.
For further information, including how to apply, please visit the ALLIANCE website.
Alternatively, for further information, contact the Digital Health and Care team by email: DHCscot@alliance-scotland.org.uk