Volunteering with Creating Connections

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Do you have a learning disability? Would you like to support other people with learning disabilities? We’re looking for volunteers!

If you don’t have a learning disability though, that doesn’t matter – you can still volunteer!

The success of our Creating Connections program is all down to the amazing support from our digital inclusion volunteers. 

When you volunteer for Creating Connections, you’ll be reducing isolation and loneliness for people with learning disabilities. We’re looking for people to share their skills, experience, and knowledge about the internet.

You’ll support people with learning disabilities by explaining how to set up and use a tablet or computer, how to stay safe online and how to use Zoom or Skype. You’ll also support our partner groups with online activities, like quizzes or arts, music and film projects.

You can volunteer remotely from home and we will provide full training and support.

Volunteering with SeeAbility

You'll gain so much from joining the SeeAbility volunteering team. It's incredibly rewarding and has so many benefits - whether you want to give back to your community, make a difference in people's lives, develop new skills, build on existing experience or make a new friend.

If you’d like more information, please do get in touch with us at C5@seeability.org.

Below you can find a full role description, as well as an application form and an easy read application form.

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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.

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