Section: Digital

ALISS helps people find and share information that could help them to live well.

A Local Information System for Scotland (ALISS) helps people find and share services and activities that support health and wellbeing. It is a free service, funded directly from Scottish Government to support people and organisations to share information that supports the wider determinants of health and wellbeing. ALISS offers a range of digital products to help organisations reduce the commercial and social impacts of siloed information.

We believe that people in Scotland living with long term conditions, disabled people and unpaid carers should be able to access information they need to help them live well.

Visit aliss.org (this link will take you away from our website). 

Opinion

Opinion

Reflections on the 18th International Conference of Integrated Care (ICIC)

Written by: Douglas Maxwell

Opinion

Opinion

My Life, My Health, My Volunteering

Written by: ALISS Volunteer

Member: My Life, My Health, My Volunteering

Opinion

Opinion

Volunteering with the ALLIANCE

Written by: David Brady

Member: Volunteering with the ALLIANCE

Case study

Case Study

Wellbeing points