Digital Wellbeing Project

In partnership with Tameside and Glossop CCG

Improving digital skills in our local community with the help of
volunteer Digital Champions and partner organisations

The need

  • In today’s society, digital exclusion can be seen as a form of inequality. There is close correlation between digital exclusion and poorer health outcomes including a lower life expectancy.
  • In an increasingly digital world, people who are excluded are subject to health and social disadvantages, such as less access to education and employment, increased isolation, poor housing and a lack of voice and visibility in the modern world.
  • This is even more amplified given the wide range of health and social transactions moving online during the COVID 19 pandemic.

Core aims

  • Increase awareness and education of how being online can improve quality of life
  • Provide appropriate devices, such as a smartphone, tablet or laptop
  • Digital Skills training via network of volunteer Digital Champions
  • Build confidence by improving knowledge of online safety


Those we support are referred to the Project via partner organisations and include:

  • Low income families
  • Those with a disability
  • Those experiencing isolation
  • Those affected by services moving online due to Covid
  • People who have characteristics that are protected under the Equality Act 2010

For further information please contact our Digital Wellbeing Project Manager.

You can follow the Project on Facebook and Twitter.

To enquire about what it means to be a Digital Champion, please contact our Digital Wellbeing Project Manager.

To find out more about donating equipment, please read about how to go about it.

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