How can we support digital skills among people using homelessness services?
Digital literacy can help grow peoples’ confidence, independence and wellbeing, giving them greater choice and control over their lives.
Reboot UK is changing the way the homelessness sector delivers digital skills support, embedding digital into service delivery. It’s not about sitting in a classroom, but about turning everyday interactions and activities into learning opportunities.
It’s about peer mentoring and co-production – encouraging peer learning, recognising and valuing strengths and enabling people to take control of their own development.
Reboot UK aims to build a network of people and organisations who will share the skills and confidence people need to get online, giving them greater choice and control over their lives.
We are currently working with partners Evolve Housing + Support, Elim Connect, Foxton Centre, CoLab Exeter, Inspiring Change Manchester, Seaview Project, Connection at St Martin's and St Mungo's as they develop good practice approaches in embedding digitial support in homelessness service delivery.
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Innovation and Good Practice Project Manager
Lisa leads the Day Centres Project and our Reboot UK digital inclusion partnerships. She also works with Jane Bancroft on the PLUS project, providing support to homeless agencies across London through a mixture of guidance, training and events.
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