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Assisting older people in Strathaven and Stonehouse to improve and enhance their digital skills (360G-SCVO-a11b000000EtVwzAAF)

This project seeks to develop a range of digital classes for older people in the rural communities of Strathaven and Stonehouse. Following the successful introduction of a befriending and handy person service two years ago, and following a brief pilot in 2016, they have identified a need for the delivery of a range basic digital skills classes to include, smartphones, tablets, basic computing skills, laptop use. Three digital classes in the community will be delivered each week - 4 x 10 week sessions in a year. Staff and volunteers, as part of their initial induction and ongoing training, will be supported in the use of digital technology and given the knowledge on how to access services such as health, social care, pensions which they can pass on to all clients, their families and carers. Volunteers will be developed as digital champions locally; they will continue to assist older people and, with the support of the organisation and collaboration with key stakeholders, further enhance digital education and access for the community.

£9,752

01 Jun 2016

Grant details
Amount Applied For 9752
Amount Awarded 9752
Award Date 2016-06-01
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Cambuslang East
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type WD
Beneficiary Location: Latitude 55.811982
Beneficiary Location: Longitude -4.146504
Classifications: Code disabled-people
Classifications: Code older-people
Classifications: Title Disabled People
Classifications: Title Older People
Classifications: URL https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund/projects?tag=disabled-people
Classifications: URL https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund/projects?tag=older-people
Classifications: Vocabulary individuals-supported
Classifications: Vocabulary individuals-supported
Data Source https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund/projects/data.json
From An Open Call? Yes
Funding Org: Charity Number SC003558
Funding Org: City Edinburgh
Funding Org: Country Scotland
Funding Org: County City of Edinburgh
Funding Org: Department Digital
Funding Org: Description The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises.
Funding Org: Location: Latitude 55.945492
Funding Org: Location: Longitude -3.201152
Funding Org: Postal Code EH3 9DQ
Funding Org: Street Address Hayweight House, 23 Lauriston Street
Funding Org: Web Address http://scvo.org
Grant Programme: Code scvo-digital-charter-fund-call-4
Grant Programme: Description Our Digital Participation Charter Fund, supported by by the Scottish Government, the ERDF and BT, invests in community digital participation projects across Scotland. The projects that we're supporting will enable groups and organisations to digitise content, build digital networks and improve the digital skills of their members, so that they can continue to thrive in the digital world.
Grant Programme: Title Digital Participation Charter Fund - Call 4
Grant Programme: URL https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund
Last Modified 2019-12-04T13:40:00+00:00
Planned Dates: End Date 2018-03-31
Planned Dates: Last Modified 2019-12-04T13:40:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2017-04-03
Recipient Org: Charity Number SC024196
Recipient Org: City Cambuslang
Recipient Org: Country Scotland
Recipient Org: County South Lanarkshire
Recipient Org: Description L.E.A.P. was established in 1992 as an adult education and leisure project for people aged 50 years plus. Established by a group of like minded older people, now in its 25th year L.E.A.P.'s objective has consistently been to promote activities and facilities in the terms of social welfare, recreation and leisure to contribute to improving the health and wellbeing of older people in South Lanarkshire. The project is volunteer led supported by a small core of substantive staff and has evolved over the years and today not only continues to provide its core education and leisure project, but has also successfully provided a befriending and handy person project for the past 16 years and more recently the R:evolve project an inter-generational education and upcycling project. Today the organisation covers 9 communities within South Lanarkshire and proudly holds the Queen's Award for Voluntary Services, Investors in Volunteers and Quality in Befriending.
Recipient Org: Location: Country Code GB
Recipient Org: Location: Geographic Code Cambuslang East
Recipient Org: Location: Geographic Code Type WD
Recipient Org: Location: Latitude 55.811982
Recipient Org: Location: Longitude -4.146504
Recipient Org: Postal Code G72 8RN
Recipient Org: Street Address 5 Craigallian Avenue
Recipient Org: Web Address http://www.leap-project.co.uk
URL https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund/projects/a11b000000etvwzaaf-lightburn-elderly-association-project
Additional data added by GrantNav
Recipient Region Scotland
Recipient District South Lanarkshire
Recipient District Geographic Code S12000029
Recipient Ward Cambuslang East Ward
Recipient Ward Geographic Code S13003108