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DigitALL project


Staying in touch with family and friends, ordering shopping and even making an appointment with your GP. In the last two years we have seen that a number of things we are used to doing face-to-face have now moved online. Whether you don’t have a device to get online or don’t have the experience, the brand-new DigitALL project is here to help.

From April, participants  will be able to access a loaned device, free internet and dedicated skills support as part of the DigitALL project.

The majority of support will be delivered one-to-one in our St Margaret’s and Second Half centres but there is an opportunity for home visits if appropriate. The project is completely free – we just ask you to bring a commitment to attending sessions and a willingness to learn new online skills! If the project interests you or you do have any questions then do reach out to us at or call the Project Coordinator at 07570428756

DigitALL Pilot report


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