Readers Laptops Donated to Creative Living Centre

Creative Living Centre has been able to start a Digital Inclusion Project, thanks to the generosity of readers who donated their old laptops and the expertise of Ron Marrow from Infotech, who refurbished them, Charlotte Clegg, Outreach Co-ordinator at the Creative Living Centre commented, “These laptops will make a huge difference to our services and the people who we support.
Some will go directly to members who are unable to afford their own devices, and two will remain here so we can use them to enable projects in the centre and across the borough.
“I met with Bury Adult Learning Services earlier today to see how we can work together to provide basic IT skills to people with a focus on using them to support their wellbeing and we are going to put a course together to ensure everyone can use these laptops with confidence.
“We have also been generously gifted 30 free subscriptions to the Sound Asleep Club – which will mean members can access online relaxation and meditation resources.
“All of these things combined will really help us reach our aims of helping people feel more connected, more confident, and more able to manage their own mental health. We would like to extend our thanks to everyone who has made this possible, as it will make a huge difference.

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