Free access to contraceptives in Norbotten, provided by the local government to all women of ages 26 and below, strengthens women’s trust in health care and reduces the number of abortions.
A programme aims to simplify government procedures for disabled people, created for and alongside the people with disabilities and their families.
Home care in Sweden’s capital gets examined and reformed, making the system more responsive to patients’ needs, especially regarding the distribution of time slots.
Better community services are introduced in the city, which provide easier access to healthcare, such as dental check-ups in schools, and housing and mobility services for the elderly.
This initiative motivates seniors to reconsider their relationship with food, educates them about nutritional values, promotes cooking, and brings people together for many events, with the aim of fighting malnutrition and its effects on senior citizens.
This campaign provides information about reproductive health in secondary schools, as well as free gynaecological check-ups for middle-aged women, generally motivating self-care in the region.
The needs of senior citizens in Opole, Poland, are addressed by providing a variety of new care services, such as delivering hot meals, setting up a residential complex, and the opening of an information and education centre.
Routine visits to the doctor become a thing of the past in this Swedish locality with a digital service that relies on digital identification, SMS, and email.
A law protecting the hearing-impaired leads to a new system in place, granting equal access to public services and the availability of video sign-language interpreting.
A multidisciplinary support centre provides comprehensive care for female victims of violence, backed by technical innovation, carers, lawyers, and psychologists.
Structural changes within council care break the negative cycle for young people, with the introduction of comprehensive, multidisciplinary teams.
A community garden represents much needed communal space, in a small town in Ireland, that aims to be inclusive for all people.
A programme in Chieuti expands the range of services for people with mental disabilities, and offers a way of inclusion in an olive processing and bottling factory.
This programme provides professional assistance to people in Lithuania who privately take care of their family members at home.
A cross-border hospital on the Franco-Spanish border offers medical service in three languages for citizens of both countries.
One of the world’s most successful bike sharing schemes provides green, healthy, and accessible city transport for the masses.
Swedish healthcare is modernised with secure online access to medical records which enhances information sharing, and patient rights and welfare.
Sugar Smart Bristol helps citizens become aware of their own sugar consumption, hidden sugars in foods, and how to make healthier choices.