The Good Things Foundation is hosting an online roundtable on Monday16th May from 12-2pm.
We’re taking a closer look at what can be done to ensure older people’s voices are heard in the digital inclusion arena. This feels more important than ever given the continued shift to online services, rising costs of living, and ongoing effects of the pandemic – which are all disproportionately impacting older people.
If you’re interested, we’d love you to join us virtually on Monday 16th May 2022 (12-2pm) alongside organisations across the UK working with older people, as we discuss how rapid digitisation during the pandemic has impacted on older people’s access to services.
What does government – UK, nationally, regionally, locally – need to do now to support older people with digital inclusion?
How can we ensure older people’s voices are heard in the digital inclusion arena?
Our CEO, Helen Milner, will be chairing, and members of Good Things Foundation’s Connect Up Community of Practice, as well as our Older People’s Panel, will be there so discussions are grounded in the experiences of people at the heart of the issues.
Here’s the Eventbrite link if you’d like to join: Register here to join us for the event