During the pandemic, METRO GAD sought funding to buy tablets for deaf and disabled people in Greenwich, which were given out to ten service users identified as most in need of digital inclusion support.
In this case study they present snapshots of five METRO GAD service users who received a tablet from the London Communily Response Funding (identities anonymised in some cases).
We wanted to break isolation and open new pathways up for our service users.
(Alan Kerr, Equalities Officer, METRO GAD)
- Read Case Study in full: Breaking isolation and creating new pathways for deaf and disabled people - a case study from Metro GAD
- Website : METRO GAD