Project Description


Tech Assistance Project


The Tech Assistance Project, funded by the Access Foundation, offers support to disabled people to help them benefit from technology and the digital world.


What We Do


One-to-one Tech Support

We can help you with technology such as computers, phones, and tablets. This can include making the most of the internet, support with smartphones, sending and receiving emails, accessing public services online and using accessibility software such as JAWS.


Training Workshops

You can join our workshops that includes using your computer or device, online basics, online safety, and shopping online.


Digital Saturday Tech Support Drop-ins

You can come along to our next Digital Saturday Tech Support Drop-in on Saturday 27th January 2024 from 10am to 2.30pm at our office in Ilford Chambers and get one-to-one support with any tech issues you may have.   


Equipment Assessment at Home

We can visit you at home and offer one-to-one support to help you maximise the use of adapted equipment to help with independent living.


Tech Support at Home

We can visit you at home and offer one-to-one support with assistive technology that would suit you. 


Volunteering with the Tech Assistance Project

We are looking for volunteers with digital skills who live in East London and can spend a couple of hours to deliver tech support to disabled people.

We can offer:

  • Opportunities to get involved in our workshops and events.
  • Opportunities to learn new skills.
  • Pay ‘out of pocket’ expenses.

For more information please contact:

  • Owais Niaz or Carol Gardner
  • 020 8925 2435 | 07377 170 210 | 07814 205 741
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  • 2nd Floor, Ilford Chambers, 11 Chapel Road, Ilford IG1 2DR