Autism and Learning Disability Digital Inclusion Network (ALaDDIN) has produced a Guide to Running Online Activities to help more people feel confident holding sessions online

Download the Guide to Running Online Activities

This guide has been developed by the Autism and Learning Disability Digital Inclusion Network (ALaDDIN) and is based on the experiences of learning disabilities and autism partner groups across the city, during the national lockdown.

The guide starts from the very beginning, explaining the differences between platforms you could use and simplifies the process all the way to holding an event, it then looks at common problems and answers common questions. This edition focuses on the two most popular video conferencing platforms, Zoom and Microsoft Teams.

The delivery of online support will play in important role in keeping people connected in future, and could improve long-term access and engagement for people who experience barriers to face-to-face activities. Hopefully you’ll find this guide useful, please share it with anyone you think it may help.

ALaDDIN would also like you to share any tips from your own experiences, which can be included in future editions.

If you’d like to contribute, please contact Pete: [email protected]