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Getting online and building digital skills and confidence can transform people’s lives. These case studies show how.
Ron was homeless but found a home and took control of his health through learning online skills.
Ken went online and learned more about to support his wife Val with dementia.
Bertram got his life back on track after breakdown and is now a digital champion in Manchester.
Neel improved her mental wellbeing by getting involved in her local Online Centre.
Aisha uses her digital skills to manage her own health and volunteers to teach others.
Paul overcame anxiety and stress by learning digital skills for work and health
Simon learned how to lose weight and manage his diabetes using online health information