Leeds is home to many highly valued organisations which support people with learning disabilities to live independent and equal lives. In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, they have had to close their doors and quickly adapt their working methods in order to continue providing support, information and activities to their users.
£100,000 of digital inclusion grants go to third sector organisations working with communities in Leeds
Leeds Irish Health and Homes is improving the digital skills of older service users in the community to reduce isolation and increase independence.
PATH Yorkshire borrowed iPads from us to improve the digital skills of their community-based trainees and learners.
Yesterday we had our second #FightTheDivide event attended by West Leeds organisations working to fight social and digital exclusion. Leeds City Council staff from Adults and Health, Communities and Environment, and Housing, as well as third sector organisations such as Age UK, Engage Leeds, OPAL and Leeds Irish Health and Homes came along to find out … Continue reading #FightTheDivide West