ALaDDIN (Autism and Learning Disabilities Digital Inclusion Network) is looking for people with learning disabilities or autism to take part in sessions about access to digital technologies.
ALaDDIN has been set up to help get more autistic and learning disabled people using technology and the internet.
They need people who are autistic and/or have learning disabilities to talk about their experiences of using technology and the internet – a range of experiences and frequency of technology use is welcomed.
They are looking for 8 learning disabled and/or autistic adults to take part in group discussions.
The consultations are starting very soon so please get in touch if you have someone in mind, some places have been allocated but they would still like to hear from anyone to ensure there is a range of perspectives and representation.
People who take part will get a £10 voucher for each session, and there will be 5 sessions in total.
The sessions will be done over Zoom
If you would like to take part in the sessions or know someone who could please email [email protected] or call Mandy on 07725 594122 or ring the Leep1 office on 0113 2439477
ALaDDIN would be particularly grateful to hear from their network groups:
100% Digital Leeds – Aspire CBS – Carers Leeds – Caring for Life – Chapeltown Citizen’s Advice Bureau – Connect in the North – Creative Support – Haqooq Aspire for More – Leeds Autism Services – Leeds Jewish Welfare Board – Leep1 – Mencap – People in Action – People Matters – Purple Patch – Pyramid – Snaps Yorkshire – Specialist Autism Services – Volition (Forum Central) – Yorkshire Dance