My name is Lucy and I’m a Complex Needs Worker for Women’s Lives Leeds, based at Women’s Health Matters. Over the last few months we have been making enquires as to where we can access some IT resources to help the women we support get connected online and feel safe.
With the current Coronavirus lockdown it’s never been so important to be confident about using computers and connecting with the online world. If you would like help to brush up your skills, help ids at hand from the Get IT Together (GTT) project. They are currently running FREE online help
If you’re reading this article you are part of the online community, but 90,000 adults in Leeds are either offline and/or lack basic digital skills. The Council is now calling on community groups to help bridge the digital divide. An event in Middleton this month organised by 100% Digital Leeds
Age UK Leed’s Digital Angels has been working in South Leeds since September 2016. Digital Angels is all about getting older people who are socially isolated and living in South Leeds online, through both one to one interventions with volunteers and group activities delivered in community venues. This service is
Mini HUGO – a minibus equipped with computers has hit the road in South Leeds to get people get online and flood communities with free wi-fi. This week you can find Mini HUGO on the following streets: Tuesday 18 Feb: Penny Lane Way & Jack Lane, Hunslet (morning only)
Yesterday (28 November 2013) Leeds Federated Housing Association launched the HUGO project to help people use computers and the internet. The launch set the tone for the project by including live blogging, tweets, fun games and competitions. We even had a flashmob of break dancers. Storytelling is a great