You can learn at any age so don't be afraid to try. There are colleges that offer courses for everyone, in the day and evening, and other places to learn new skills and more. Some are informal places to learn, like cafes and libraries. Other places offer full courses. Local libraries can help you get started using a computer and offer the chance to learn new things, as well as a great range of books and activities.
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IT Can Help
ITCanHelp, Acre House, 11/15 William Road, London, NW1 3ER
Telephone: Telephone (and textphone/minicom): 0800 269 545
Description: IT Can Help offers computer assistance to individuals with disabilities.
Joan Bicknell Centre, Building 19, Springfield Hospital Site, Burntwood Lane, Tooting, London, SW17 7DJ
Telephone: 020 8812 7018
Description: There are courses available that teach the basics of Makaton, which is a type of sign and symbol language used to help people of any age with learning disabilities and communication difficulties.
National Talking Newspapers and Magazines
RNIB, FAO: RNIB Newsagent Bakewell Road Peterborough Cambridgeshire, PE2 6XU
Telephone: 0303 123 9999
Description: National Talking Newspapers and Magazines is a registered charity which provides national and local newspapers and magazines on audio tape, computer disk, e-mail and CD-ROM.
Pictures to Share
Century House, Old Mill Place, High Street, Tattenhall, Chester, CH3 9PX
Telephone: 01829 770024
Description: Pictures to Share is a social enterprise that aims to provide "high quality and non-patronising" books and activity resources for those with dementia or cognitive problems.
Royal Blind Society
Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) 52-58 Arcola Street London, E8 2DJ
Telephone: 020 3198 0225
Description: The Royal Blind Society assists people who are blind or partially sighted and in need.