SPIDER-ED: Skills and Proficiency In Digital Essential Requirements – Engagement and Dissemination


Following on from SPIDER, a project funded by the CtG has been undertaken collaboratively with a PPI group. The PPI group has lead on developing creative resources that may be useful for supporting people to become more confident and digitally literate.

The resources have been designed for supporting those with lived experience of Severe Mental Ill Health (SMI) and healthcare professionals who care for them, with the aim of promoting confidence to have conversations about digital exclusion. The resources that have been created are the: Top Tips – For Staff, Top Tips – For Service Users and Digital Credit Card’s.


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