Support to get online
This page has lots of information for families about the devices, internet access and support available to support your child’s remote learning.
Below you will find some tips on how to you can access the technology you need to get online.
Apply for a grant
Some grant-giving charities might be able to help with some financial support. You can apply for items like a laptop or a tablet that will help you get online, this may be a loan or you might be able to keep the technology.
The following organisations may be able to help:
If you need further support with technology, you should contact your child’s school or college.
If you need more financial assistance, you may be eligible for benefits, take a look at the government’s benefits information to find out more. You can also contact your local social services for an assessment of need.
We have plenty of information on different types of financial support that are available, such as Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP). You can also find more information about the other types of financial support you may be eligible for.
Get support with digital skills
We run free workshops for anyone who wants to learn about how to join an online event. You can find out more on our New to online events page.
You may also find the courses below useful for improving your digital skills:
Last updated 24/05/2022