“Your course has opened up a whole new world to me. I am back in touch with my grandchildren, and I'm confident to stay more connected with friends and family”
The Digital Inclusion Project can help you with:
- 1-1 support tailored to your needs at Age UK IW with your laptop, iPad, tablet, smart phone etc.
- ‘iPad café’ courses
- PC/Laptop courses
- Community ‘drop-in’ support sessions
- 1-1 help at home
- Technical home support with Wi-Fi, printers, software installation, etc.
- Support to make an informed decision on purchasing a device
- Service is available to anyone over 50
1-1 support is provided by Age UK IW volunteers. They come from a wide range of IT backgrounds and are experienced in using various types of devices. All of our volunteers are DBS checked.
Personal Digital Support
We can provide 1-1 support in the comfort of your own home; learn how to use your device, getting online, using social media etc.
(This support is for those who find it difficult to get out and about due to mobility or own a non portable device. Please note this support is dependant on volunteer availability).
At Age UK Isle of Wight
We can provide tailored 1-1 support by experienced Age UK IW staff members. Learn how to use your device, getting online, using social media, Word, Skype, cloud storage, online shopping etc. These sessions are ideal for going at your own pace and covering exactly what you would like to learn.
To enquire about the Digital Inclusion Project please contact Daniel Taylor, our Digital Inclusion IT Tutor, on (01983) 525282 or email: email@example.com.
The Digital Inclusion Project is part of the Age Friendly Island partnership funded by the National Lottery through the BIG Lottery fund. The aspiration of the 5-year project is to make the Isle of Wight a truly great place to grow old, while also tackling social isolation.
The partnership includes organisations committed to building an Island that values, respects, and actively supports older people, with the voice of older residents at the heart. Encouraging older adults to take a more active role in their communities, and enabling their voices to be heard by services and organisations across the Island.
For more information on the Age Friendly Island programme please contact us on (01983) 525282, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.agefriendlyisland.org.