In collaboration with the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada (HSF), the Bridgeable internship team worked together to reimagine a public health program that combines best practices in behavioural health with deep insights about the lives and contexts of older adults. The outcome of this collaboration is a best-in-class health program that combines evidence-based care with health management tools that “fit” the lives of older adults.
Bridgeable worked with Heart & Stroke to validate and refine core elements of the program, develop an awareness campaign, and design the intake process for the CHPI (Community Hypertension Prevention Initiative).
The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada
Bridgeable Design & Research
Laura Heidenheim, Vivian Lin, Tim MacLeod, Galen MacLusky, Rachel Slaven, Rui Jie Wang
Research, participatory research, interviews, facilitation and creation of co-creation sessions and materials, product development, prototyping, experience and journey mapping, service blueprint, visual presentations, copy editing, branding, testing, design and business strategies, publications