Basic computer skills are essential for independent living in today’s world. NDRC’s Basic Computer program for seniors and persons with disabilities enhances independent living and vocational skills for individuals who are otherwise unable to access computer technology training. We offer free personalized computer training in a small class.
Each student receives twenty 1.5 hour sessions, once a week. Small classes of 4 – 6 students are dynamic and interactive offering expert training in a non-threatening environment. Students learn from each other as well as from the instructor and from our volunteers. Curriculum is individualized; students can focus on the life and employment skills that are important to them. Lessons can range from how to turn on a computer and what a mouse does to how to use IPads and GPS.