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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Caring with Confidence - online carers course
Description: Caring with Confidence was a free online interactive learning programme for carers, which was funded by the Department of Health.
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.
Learning in Wandsworth Libraries
Description: Libraries in Wandsworth run computer courses for beginners and anyone 60+ is especially welcome.
Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People
Leatherhead Court, Woodlands Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 0BN
Telephone: 01372 841100
Description: This foundation (QEF) is a charity that works to help people with physical disabilities and learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries to gain new skills and increase their independence.
Share Community, 64 Altenburg Gardens, London, SW11 1JL
Telephone: 0207 924 2949
Description: Share provides accredited vocational training, day care, employability, and personal development programmes to disabled adults, including people with mental health needs, autism, learning, or physical disabilities.
UCanDoIT (Internet Training)
1 Taylors Yard, 67 Alderbrook Road, London, SW12 8AD
Telephone: 020 8673 3300
Description: UCanDoIT is a charity that provides home-based computer and internet training to blind and deaf people and those with physical disabilities.