If you need help with accessing the internet, sending emails, shopping on line, storing photos or anything like this on your computer, smartphone or tablet why not pop in for free advice and guidance?
The Computer Help Desk is held at the Spire Cafe on Thursdays 11.00 to 13.00 and is staffed by individual volunteers with the IT expertise who have been vetted and approved to become Digital Champions.
or ring 01444 242760 and leave a message.
Over the next ten months, the Sussex Elders’ Commission will be holding their “Big Conversation” with family, friends and peers to hear older residents’ ideas and concerns about policing, crime and community safety.
The Sussex Elders’ Commission is an opportunity for older residents to support, challenge and inform the work of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne. A full report of the Elders’ Commission will be delivered in March 2016 and will include recommendations and potential solutions to address issues such as financial abuse and coercion and older peoples’ fear of crime.
Commission members have told us that they are aware of eight key areas of concern for older residents. These are:
- Financial Abuse
- Fear of Crime
- Nuisance calls and scams
- Local policing
- Cyber crime
- Anti-social behavior
- Road Safety.
If you are interested in helping or talking to your local Elders’ Commission member call 01273 481 561, visit http://www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk/elders-commission/ or, if you’d like a paper survey form contact firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on the MSOPC answer phone 01444 242760.
See a useful pamphlet below detailing medical organisations, addresses and opening times in the area.
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