Digital inclusion

Equality, diversity and inclusion

At Guy's and St Thomas', we are committed to making sure that people who are unable to use, or who choose not to use, digital services are not placed at a disadvantage.

Digital inclusion involves:

  • digital skills: being able to use digital devices (such as computers or smartphones) and the internet
  • connectivity: access to the internet through broadband, wi-fi and mobile
  • accessibility: services need to be designed to meet the needs of all users, including those dependent on assistive technology to access digital services

Support with digital services

Some patients, carers and family members have barriers that stop them from accessing our digital services.

There are a number of local and national services across the UK that can offer free digital inclusion support and digital skills.


Phone: 075 2364 6277


Digital drop-in sessions in community locations in South London, and face to face and online learning sessions.

ClearCommunityWeb can also give disability and technology advice, and advice on how to access free digital devices and data.

London Office of Technology and Innovation (LOTI London)


Use the online search engine to find groups, voluntary organisations and local authorities that have signed up to become a London Digital Inclusion hub. These hubs offer free digital devices, data and skills training to people in their local communities.

Good Things Foundation

Phone: 0114 349 1666


Use the online search engine to find community partners across the UK who are working to tackle digital exclusion by delivering data, devices and digital skills training.

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