Digital inclusion

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Creating Connections supports people with learning disabilities to use the internet safely to connect with friends and family.

We can support you to learn new digital skills, get started with using a tablet or computer, how to stay safe online and how to use video chat software.

Depending on your situation and location, our team of volunteers can give sessions either in person or remotely from home.

Who we support

We can support people on a one-to-one basis or in a group setting. Sharing our skills, experience, and knowledge about the internet.

You don’t need any knowledge or skills to start. We’ll work with you to support your individual needs to learn the skills you want for a more connected life.

We’ll usually help you with the computer equipment you already own. If you don’t have what you need to get connected, we can help you. We can help you choose the right equipment or tell you about ways you might be able to get equipment for free or cheaper.

Access to employment

We also work together with our supported employment team, Ready, Willing and Able. We can also help you look for jobs online, help you amend your CV digitally and help prepare you for online interviews.

Tracey using a tablet

How we've made a difference

Our Creating Connections digital inclusion program has already changed the lives of people we work with, helping them reconnect with each other and reducing isolation.

Here are some of the wonderful success stories from people and organisations we’ve supported through Creating Connections.


Tracey using a tablet

If you think you or a group you are part of could benefit from our support, please email us at to find out how we can help.

National Lottery Community FundCreating Connections was funded by the National Lottery Coronavirus Community Support Fund through The Office for Civil Society.