The internet keeps us connected. It also allows us to learn, work, shop and access public services. Yet some people don’t have the skills and confidence to access these opportunities. They may not have kit and connectivity at home either.
Making digital inclusion part of your service can make a real difference to those you want to help. It can also improve the way your organisation works if you’re moving your services online. Our guide helps you to plan how you can do this.
“We have always seen digital Inclusion as part of our wider Community Inclusion programme. Digital is only one aspect of life and we wanted to provide a holistic approach to inclusion.”Rory Brown, Govan Housing Association