Participants needed for “Digital Inclusion in Older Adults” research

A series of local organisations, including The University of Manchester and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, are looking into digital inclusion in older adults and would like to speak to people aged 75 and over about their internet use.

The survey is extended to those who have used the internet over the past 18 months or do not use the internet.

Researchers would like to understand what might have encouraged people to get online during the pandemic for things such as keeping in touch accessing public services, applying for benefits, renewing documents, paying council tax and much more.

Alternatively, they would like to find out why some adults cannot or do not wish to use the internet.

If you would like to take part, the team will chat with you over the telephone or online for 30-45 minutes, and you will only be asked to take part once.

If you are interested in taking part, or if you would like further information, then please contact Dr Annemarie Money either by telephone 0161 306 7777 or email [email protected]

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