The Camphill Village Trust has appointed Made Open Communications to develop a digital collaboration app for people living in their communities.
Camphill Village Trust is a leading UK charity supporting adults with learning disabilities and mental health problems. It provides a safe home, life skills and work opportunities to residents across nine urban and rural locations in England.
The aim is to create a web app that makes it easy for residents to collaborate, share thoughts and find information. It will also provide staff with a toolkit to facilitate group working and support individuals.
Kathryn Woolf, director of Penryn-based Made Open, said: “Its inspiring to be working with the Camphill Village Trust and learn more about their work.
“Through a series of co-discovery and prototyping workshops with residents, we have designed a safe and easy to use web application that will support adults learning disabilities in new ways.”