CAD TALKS - What does it mean to be digitally inclusive in Lancashire?

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What does digitally inclusion look like, how has Covid-19 impacted on this, and what can be learnt or improved on in the future?

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This month's CAD TALK is on the subject of Digital Inclusion in Lancashire.

In this open discussion, our guests will talk about the barriers to digital inclusion in Lancashire, what needs to happen to make digital resources more accessible to those who need it, what support is out there and how have things changed during Covid-19, and how those changes have been viewed by organisations including the NHS.

Are they just a short-term measure, or something that could become more sustainable long-term?


Linda Vernon - Healthier Lancashire NHS ICS Digital Lead

Kerry Harrison - Lancashire Digital Skills Hub Lead

Nazam Islam-Khan - Lancashire BME Network Project Officer

Sham Sangha - Silicon Talent Director

Our hosts for this talk will be Jacqueline Robinson from Wellbeing Lancashire/Lancashire BME Network, & Elliot Evans from Connect My Community NHS (CAD)

All our CAD TALKS are recorded, so if you don't want to show your face please turn off your camera, please also try to refrain from smoking on screen or we may have to cover you with a Quit Squad logo.

This CAD TALK is a partnership between the Community Asset & Development Team of LSCFT (NHS), Wellbeing Lancashire, and Healthier Lancashire

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