Need to learn the skills to access information online during a disaster?
Our digital inclusion program can help!
There will be four workshops that will support people to learn the skills they need to access information online during a disaster. They will be held at both:
- Bardon Neighbourhood Centre and,
- New Farm Neighbourhood Centre.
These workshops are for people with disability to:
- learn essential digital skills,
- get facts and information in times of emergency,
- have access to essential goods, services and support like food, medicine, healthcare, support,
- stay connected to family, friends and workers.
Being online is really important during emergencies and disasters. Bring your phone, tablet or laptop with a full battery and any additional support you need!
Workshop #1 - Getting to know your device - How do I use my device? What do I need to know?
Workshop #2 - Being online and staying informed - How do I access the internet and make a video call?
Workshop #3 - Accessing essential goods and services - How do I use social media, apps and online services?
Workshop #4 - Understanding data - What is data, how? How much does it cost? and Where do I start?
Bardon Neighbourhood Centre, 180 Jubilee Terrace, Bardon and
New Farm Neighbourhood Centre, 967 Brunswick Street, New Farm
Bardon Neighbourhood Centre every Thursday from 11.00am - 1.00pm
New Farm Neighbourhood Centre every Monday from 9.30am - 12.00pm
Do you need a digital device? Please call 1300 363 783 and ask to speak to the digital inclusion team.