Section: Digital

ALISS is a coproduced, web-based system for finding and sharing information about community assets across Scotland.

ALISS enables people to work together to make information more widely available and easily findable through a variety of digital channels.

The ALISS primary aim is to make information about sources of support for health and wellbeing easier to find. Its foundations lie in the lived experience of people trying to find local support services, clubs, groups, and activities to help them live well.

We work with people living and working within communities who are often best placed to share information about the assets that exist in those areas. Details of our engagement work can be found on our Community Engagement and Partnerships page.

Information in ALISS can be shared using the API (Application Programming Interface). Meaning, as well as accessing information through www.aliss.org, the data can be used to create your own directory of assets. Details of our technical work can be found on our Technical page.

We would love for you to get involved. If you just want to search, would like to contribute, or if you want to claim your organisation’s page, there is something for everyone. Please get in touch.

You can contact us on 0141 404 0239 and hello@aliss.org

 

Opinion

Opinion

Looking to the future of inclusive digital support

Written by: Katherine Long

Published: 15/02/2022

Opinion

Opinion

COP26: Where do I go from here?

Written by: Angela Fulton

Published: 17/11/2021

Opinion

Opinion

20-minute neighbourhood- home is where the heart is

Written by: Cameron MacFarlane

Published: 14/07/2021

Case study

Case Study

ALISS plays key role in proactive telecare trial

Case study

Case Study

Developing Service Information with ALISS

Case study

Case Study

Wellbeing points