Worcestershire libraries offer digital lifeline and support to adults with learning difficulties – Redditch Standard

A GROUP of 30 adults with learning disabilities have been given a ‘Digital Lifeline’ by Worcestershire Libraries after receiving free Internet-ready tablets, connection and ongoing digital support.

Its aim is to get technology, data and digital skills support to adults with learning disabilities to reduce loneliness and support their mental health and wellbeing.

Hannah Perrott, assistant director for communities, said the project would help reduce participants’ risk of social isolation and help them recover from the impact of Covid-19.

Read more at: https://redditchstandard.co.uk/news/worcestershire-libraries-offer-digital-lifeline-and-support-to-adults-with-learning-difficulties-29937/

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