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Service availability

Due to Coronavirus our services are under constant review and are subject to change. For the latest information on services where you live please contact us.

tel: 01903 731 800

email: info@ageukwsbh.org.uk

Keeping in contact with your friends, family and neighbours is important during self-isolation. Making an extra effort during this difficult time will not only keep everyone connected, but will help you not feel as if you are losing touch with the outside world.

We have put together some ways to stay in contact with your loved ones:

Make a telephone call - Speaking over the phone is one of the quickest and easiest ways to stay in contact with people all over the world.

Speak via video chat - If you have a laptop, iPad or smartphone and have access to the internet you can speak to your loved ones via video chat apps such as skype - this means you still get to see them!

Send an email - If you have access to a laptop, iPad or smartphone and have an email address, you can send emails to your friends, family or loved ones. Find out more about video chatting and staying safe online

Read our new magazine - To help you stay in touch with us, your family and friends we’ve launched Connect Magazine. Connect will keep you up to date with the latest information, advice and stories to help you to live well independently.

 Click here to get the latest issue of our magazine, Connect.

Share our Rainbow - Using the colours from our Age UK ribbon we’ve created some bright and pretty rainbow window art for you to display in your front window. Not only are you making our streets brighter but you are letting our communities know that their local charity is here to help should they need it. You can download and print the poster using the link below -  if you don’t have a printer at home drop us an email and we’ll try and get one sent out to you: events@ageukwestsussex.org.uk

Download our rainbow poster

Introducing our Techno Team

Our Techno Team is a group of friendly and experienced volunteers who offer a free telephone service (arranged at a time that is convenient to you) to help you to learn and improve your IT skills - whether you are a beginner or someone with computer experience.

Whatever your question, we will have a volunteer who can help. Whether you want to find information on the internet, organise online shopping, send and receive emails or learn to Skype or Facetime your family and friends - the Techno Team is here for you!

Call us on: 01903 731800 or email: thetechnoteam@ageukwsbh.org.uk