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Hi, I'm IanFrancis! How can we keep activities digitally inclusive post-pandemic?
My wife is clinically vulnerable and I am wheelchair-bound with MS. During lockdown we have experienced an improvement in our situation, because the able-bodied world has retreated to Zoom. We have been able to rejoin our much cherished French class, and to attend our local church, of which we have been members for more than 40 years.
With good luck we will hang onto French, but I do not think that the chances of our able-bodied church colleagues still using zoom as a mainstream Service are good.
I am very keen to hang onto The improvement in our circumstances that we have accidentally received during lockdown. Have any colleagues on the forum experienced The same thing, and does anyone have any ideas about how we can put together a structure which helps colleagues to use this unexpected improvement in our circumstances, and makes sure that it is retained?