Older People and Digital Inclusion Nancy Johnston Development Manager-Technology & Digital Inclusion Age UK 10 June 2011. Overview. About Age UK Defining digital inclusion The current UK landscape Issues and barriers to engaging effectively What is Age UK doing ? Q&A. Vision :
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About Age UK
Defining digital inclusion
The current UK landscape
Issues and barriers to engaging effectively
What is Age UK doing?
A world in which older people flourish
To improve the lives of older people
A charity and a social enterprise driven by the needs and aspirations of people in later life
About Age UK
Addressing the challenges of growing older
Market Failure and customer needs.
Digital Inclusion is not about the technology, it’s about the socially inclusive benefits it offers to individual, families and the communities in which they live.
Key Findings (continued):
– ongoing help
Margaret Goodwin, 64
Dave Howe, 70
Digital Inclusion Network
Information & Advice Leaflets
Broadband Advice Service
More than 250,000 people have been supported with their first steps digital inclusion through Age UK.