Need help with digital technology?

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The Stroke Association and AbilityNet are working together to support more people affected by stroke to access technology and be part of the digital community. AbilityNet is a registered charity (supported by IBM and Microsoft) whose focus is to change the lives of disabled and older people by helping them to use digital technology. 

Digital support services

  1. Telephone help and support - a volunteer will sit on the phone with you and work through your capabilities and help and support you however they can.

  2. My Computer My Way - free online guides to all the accessibility features built into current computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones that can help you adapt your device, making it easier to use.

  3. Request Free IT support at home - volunteers that can come to your home or club/group and help you or your group get to grips with technology.

Free online resources

  • Fact sheets

  • Webinars

  • My Computer My Way

  • Useful links

  • Digital accessibility resources

  • Workplace adjustment

Get the most out of AbilityNet and call them today for more personalised help and support on how to get online and feel confident with technology again. 

Please call their freephone helpline on 0800 048 7642 during UK office hours, or email them at enquiries@abilitynet.org.uk.