More information about the programme, including the results of our evaluation reports, case studies and how you can get involved is available at nhs.tinderfoundation.org.
Bob Gann, Programme Director for Widening Digital Participation at NHS England
“The NHS choices website has really helped our learners understand the difference between urgent and non-urgent care. It helps people see when they might only need to visit the GP instead of A&E, or the pharmacy instead of the GP.”
Shan Begum, Programme Manager, The Bromley by Bow Centre
When Ron first started visiting Inspire Communities he was living in a tent on the side of a busy road and was afraid he was going to die there. Since then and thanks to the intervention and resources available, he has found housing and has the skills he needs to improve his health and wellbeing.
Ron was really pleased with his new surgery and the services they provided – “He suffers from particularly severe anxiety issues and dealing with receptionists that weren’t familiar with him and his situation had caused problems in the past. These services went a long way to alleviating his anxiety, especially once Inspire Communities showed him how the system worked and how easy it was to make an appointment.”