Staying Connected Workshops for Deaf People

Are you Deaf and you are not sure how to use your mobile, tablet/iPad or laptop? Then come along to the Staying Connected Workshops to learn something new and have fun at the Age Concern's The William and Patricia Venton Centre, Junction Road, Eastbourne.

 

​No booking is required and the workshops are free! It will be a great opportunity to make new friends! 

  • Learn how to use the internet

  • How to access to social media e.g Facebook, Twitter 

  • Set up email account

  • Set up your tablet, mobile or laptop

  • Download apps or books to read

  • Stay safe online

  • Learn how to use FaceTime, Twitter or Skype

  • And many more!

If you need access to BSL or wheelchair access please fill in the form below.

We will keep you up to date with workshop developments here and on our social media such as Facebook and Twitter. You can subscribe to our newsletter which is easy to sign to up and you can unsubscribe at your convenience.

Please feel free to join DeafCOG's Community Connect Forum which you can sign up to for free.

 

If you are interested in offering a workshop - in whatever way - please contact us.

DeafCOG would like to encourage that the events are deaf-led so we are looking for volunteers to help out to run the DeafCOG events. Please do contact us if you are interested to become one of our volunteers. 

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