Illustration of a group of people, one is holding a sign that says we have aphasia

This guide is for people with aphasia.

This guide is also for your family and friends.

It has information about getting online and using technology.

You can get online even if you have never done this before.

Illustration of two people looking at a laptop

This guide has 14 sections.

You do not need to use all sections.

Take your time and work at your own pace.

Practise with a family member or friend.

Cover of the guide Getting online for people with aphasia

At the start of each section there is an ‘In this section’.

This tells you what is in the section.

At the end of some of the sections you will see ‘Challenge yourself’.

These are tasks to practise the new skills.

Get the full guide here

You can also open each section:

You can order the guide for free in the UK.

We have videos to support each section of the guide

You can watch a video of each section of the guide on this page.

Click on the purple text 'on this page' above, to visit the videos page.

Getting online for people with aphasia video thumbnail

We also have more guides to help you with video calling.

Thank you to everyone involved in the making of this guide.

Thank you to our Aphasia Digital Access Working Group.

This group included people with aphasia, speech and language therapists and researchers.

Thank you to AbilityNet.

Thank you to Speakeasy - aphasia for use of their images.

Thank you to the Norris Legacy who funded this project.