Berwick library is offering free sessions on how to use the internet to benefit your health. They are on Monday, November 4 at 10.30am and 1pm, book on 01289 334051.
The sessions, endorsed by the NHS, are targeted to older people, carers and people with disabilities to enable them to know how and where to find key health information such as searching for local support groups, finding their nearest doctor or dentist and learning more about health and fitness.
Councillor Val Tyler, policy board member responsible for community infrastructure and culture said: “We are constantly striving to provide opportunities like this for people to learn and become more confident with technology and in this case knowing how to use it to improve their health.”
Northumberland Libraries are part of a network of 3800 UKOnline centres across England and those who register are able track their learning progress.
Booking is essential and sessions are open to everyone wanting to learn but are especially targeted to older people, carers and people with disabilities who want to learn to use the internet.