Universal Credit aims to make the welfare
system simpler by replacing 6 benefits with one single payment. But, to claim universal credit you have go
online. With 12 million people lacking basic digital literacy skills and, over 4 million people speaking English
as a second language accessing and understanding this support can
be challenging. Nearly 4 million households are not online
and could be missing out on yearly savings of £560. And every year £340 million could be saved if social housing providers use more cost effective communications with their residents. Using digital inclusion software makes online
housing services and universal credit much more accessible. Browsealoud is just one of the ways Texthelp
is helping Housing providers make their online services more accessible for residents. With decades of experience Texthelp has unmatched
expertise in digital inclusion and accessibility solutions. We offer unique technologies customised for
you and your residents needs. We help people to overcome digital literacy
challenges and communicate with greater confidence. Texthelp.
From Literacy to Life.