AutismAble is a renowned wellbeing, employment, and lifelong learning centre dedicated to providing personalized support for individuals with Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) and learning differences. AutismAble adopts a holistic approach to empower individuals and unlock their full potential.

About the Course

AutismAble proudly presents the Digitally You course, a free digital inclusion program designed for individuals aged 16 or above who identify as neurodivergent and have limited digital skills or little to no experience using computers and digital devices.

This course aims to enhance digital skills essential for both work and everyday life. Participants will engage in regular weekly small group sessions supplemented by personalized one-to-one support tailored to individual learning needs.

Course Highlights

  • Online safety: Learn crucial practices for online safety.
  • App usage: Explore various applications and maximize their utility.
  • Accessing local services: Discover methods to find and utilize local services online.
  • Online banking: Gain confidence in managing finances through digital banking platforms.
  • Government information services: Navigate government websites and access important information.
  • Universal credit accounts: Learn to manage Universal Credit accounts digitally.
  • Budgeting apps: Discover apps for effective budgeting and financial management.

 

 

Source: European Digital Skills & Jobs Platform

 

Competence Area

Information and data literacy

Topic

  • Using electronic devices
  • Information systems
  • Operating systems

Digital technology / specialisation

  • Digital skills

Digital skill level

  • Basic
  • Intermediate

Geographic Scope - Country

  • European Union
  • Non-EU

Type of initiative

Local initiative

Target audience

  • Digital skills for all

Target language

  • English

Target group

  • Persons with a learning disability

Organization

Typology of training opportunities

Course

Training duration

Up to 3 months

Credential offered

Learning activity