Digital literacy programs
Blacktown City Libraries offer many digital literacy programs. Check out their what's on calendar for all their senior events and activities at the library.
Computer Pals Blacktown Inc trains their members to use most devices and PCs along with Apple Macs. They also cover most Microsoft programs to higher level. Book yourself into their daily sessions call 02 9920 0829.
Department of Social Services: be connected program aims to increase the confidence, skills and online safety of older Australians when they use the internet.
IT 4 Retirees provides tailored IT training from one-on-one to group formats.They also offer telephone support and customised guides to empower you to confidently use current technology.
The Leep in Lab offers free one-on-one technology support from a volunteer digital mentor. Bring in your tablet, phone or laptop and start learning more about your device and the internet today! Book in for a 1 hour session with a digital mentor by calling 4721 1866. Leep can also help recruit and train volunteers to deliver your own Digital Literacy Program. If your organisation would like to develop your own digital literacy program for your clients or community, Leep can provide free support to help you establish one. To learn more call 4721 1230.
Our Lady of Consolation Aged Care Service offers computer tutoring to home care package clients and it's residents. For more information and to book, email email@example.com or call 9832 5476.
Rooty Hill and Districts Seniors Computing Club offers training for small groups and individuals in a sociable setting. For more information call 9832 3117.
SydWest Multicultural Services/ Seniors Kiosk offers digital in house literacy programs provided to seniors 65+. For more information call 9621 6633.
Western Sydney Dementia Advisory Services will help you understand technology. You will feel confident in using your mobile phones, computers, tablets and internet. For more information call 8805 0991.