ClearCommunityWeb, a community tech support service, is working with Age UK Croydon to help more residents in Croydon benefit from being online.
Tagged: Digital Inclusion
Leeds and Croydon Councils recently won central government funding to create a comprehensive and collaborative how-to guide for digital inclusion.
Croydon Council has been teaching vulnerable residents how to get online, learning and adapting along the way.
A new initiative is collecting devices for children, young people and older people in need.
ClearCommunityWeb has 10 tablets available for isolated residents - get in touch if someone you know is stuck on their own.
Find out how you can reboot your digital skills with dozens of online courses for all ability levels.
Clear Community Web is offering support and advice with tasks like online shopping, video chat and online forms.
Tina-Louise from Red Door has an update on the free computer courses for older people run by Red Door and Croydon Council - including new dates announced!
Tell your less digitally-savvy Croydon friends and family about these free sessions to get online.
RedDoor IT Ltd is pleased to be working in conjunction with Croydon Council to provide a series of Digital Inclusion Workshops aimed at over-65s.
A monthly discussion for people who are new to using tech and computers.