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  • Free Digital Skills Course For Young Adults

    Free Digital Skills Course For Young Adults

    Interested in improving your digital skills and aged between 18-25? This Young Entrepreneur Skills (YES) course for disabled young adults – a mix of remote and in person sessions – is offered by Leonard Cheshire in partnership with the John Lewis Foundation.

  • Start a Conversation to Thrive Online

    Start a Conversation to Thrive Online

    Childnet’s new project, Thrive Online, is designed to spark conversations about using the internet in a safe and meaningful way.These free resources for educators, parents and carers of young people aged 11 and over with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities ( SEND ) cover the important topics of healthy relationships, digital wellbeing and online pornography.

  • Let’s Get Digital

    Let’s Get Digital

    This free event is for people with learning disabilities, support workers and family who want to get connected or need some help understanding the equipment they already have.Come along to The Workstation Sheffield on the 11th March 2022 at 12noon and meet some great people who can help you get up and running with either your own computer or help you to start thinking about getting online.

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