GRIFFITH City Library is set to help seniors get tech-savvy and connect with the internet.
The library will hold the free Tech Savvy Seniors program over February and March for members of the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Community.
Joint library manager Christine DelGigante said following the success of last year’s program the Library are excited to help more seniors keep-up with the internet and new technologies.
“Due to the success of the Tech Savvy Seniors program last year delivered for the CALD community we were able to identify the need for senior members of the multi -cultural community to feel more engaged and part of the community they love,” Mrs DelGigante said.
“… They were able to communicated with their friends and especially their families many who lived outside Australia.”
Amarjit Singh, who participated in the last program, said he will sign-up again as he wants to learn more to keep up with modern technology and the forever changing internet.
“The library have helped me to use and understand the internet, the Facebook and the YouTube but I want to learn more,” Mr Singh said.
“I wouldn’t be able to keep up with everything and everyone.”
Mr Singh encouraged members of the CALD community to take part in the four-week program and enjoy learning new skills.
Those interested are encouraged to contact the library for more information or to register as numbers will be limited.
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