FACT work with Liverpool Mutual Homes to create a special digital literacy programme of work for their residents called The Electric Blanket. Residents meet with artists and facilitators in their schemes to learn about the digital world in a creative and fun way. This piece of work is the first in a series of mini commissions created by 50 sheltered schemes residents aged 55+ from across Liverpool. The project was devised, delivered and edited by Nathan Jones and features 30 of the 50 residents engaged with the programme talking about an object that is important to them. The residents used iPad to create their videos and a watermarking app to place the object within the shot. The workshops were designed by Nathan to help residents utilise the skill they are developing in tablet computing for a creative end. This project is supported by Liverpool Mutual Homes.