21 Mar Cyber-Seniors
Over 49 million North American adults do not use technology in their day-to-day lives, whereas young people under the age of 25 grew up in a digital world and use technology in all aspects of their lives. Eliminating the digital divide allows inter generational relationships to thrive and addresses the growing problem of social isolation among the elderly.
OACAC is pleased to offer the Cyber-Seniors’ project in our 10 county service area. Do you know a senior and/or high school student who might like to participate? Contact the OACAC Neighborhood Center in the county of residence to learn more. Income guidelines will apply. A list of center contacts can be found at https://oac.ac/neighborhood-centers/.