Reboot UK was a digital skills programme for multiply excluded individuals, focused especially on people affected by homelessness and mental health problems.

Connecting with Digital Report

Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, the project was run by a partner consortium of Good Things Foundation, Homeless Link and Mind.

Working with partners the Connecting with Digital report was developed to evaluate the Community Connectors programme, run as part of the Reboot UK programme.

The project built a network of organisations and people who shared the skills and confidence people need to get online, giving them greater choice and control over their lives.

Reboot UK aimed to change the way the mental health and homelessness sector are delivering digital skills support. Over two years the project highlighted how digital technology could be embedded into organisations supporting people affected by homelessness and poor mental health.

Partnership highlights

06/02/2020 · Our thoughts

Embedding Digital Social Inclusion for the most vulnerable people

Digital Social Inclusion Manager, Rob Shapiro, discusses the 2020 phase of Reboot UK, which was born from a desire to support people from excluded communities to realise the positive benefits of digital technology.


01/02/2018 · Health and wellbeing

Reboot UK: Social outcomes powered by digital

Reboot UK sought to investigate the transformative powers of digital for groups of people in poverty, helping them to improve their health and wellbeing.


22/02/2017 · Health and wellbeing

Reboot UK Final Evaluation Report

Read the final report for Reboot UK, a landmark project supporting the most vulnerable in society to improve their health and wellbeing through digital.


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