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UCanDoIT teaches people with disabilities how to use computers, with a particular focus on Internet and email skills. We teach learners in their own homes, on their own computers, as we believe that this is the best way to learn. All sessions are done on a one to one basis. Read more »
We teach disabled learners from all backgrounds, all age groups and specialise in training individuals using specialist software and hardware. With just over a decade of experience behind us we have taught over 4,000 people how to use a computer. Read more »
Partnerships and Projects
We believe in working together whether it is with other charities, housing associations or local Government.
If you would like to find out what we can offer your organisation please get in touch with us. Visit our projects page for more information. Read more »
Our freelance tutors must have completed an Enhanced DBS or PVG check. They come from diverse backgrounds and age groups and include some previous learners. Tutors are skilled in teaching specialist technology such as screen readers or adaptive hardware. Read more »
John, 59, from Harrow who learnt with UCanDoIT:
“I was born blind, and attended the Sunshine Home for the Blind from 1953 to 1958, then Dorton House School and later Hethersett College. I got an RSA and NVQ in Word Star and Word Perfect at RNIB college.
I consider myself lucky, since I’ve received decent education and training. Recently I was made redundant from RLSB where I had worked for 13 years. I heard about UCanDoIT from our Blind Union. Social Services and the local council have always been very helpful