A special welcome from Senior Service America, Inc. to all who are using Generations on Line as new learners and users of the Internet!
Through January 2011, you are one of over 20,000 older adults in 16 states we have reached through our Digital Inclusion Initiative and Generations on Line. Like you, they also learned how to use a mouse, send email, and search the Web after they turned 50 or older. We want you to join the 8,000 older adults who completed their Skills Checklist.
To read about four other older learners who “graduated” from our initiative, click any of the names and pictures below:
- Alexian Brothers
- Senior Neighbors
- Chattanooga, Tenn.
In a DII session, when I see how easy it is for others to learn something new, that gives me the encouragement I need.
- Community Action
- Action Agency of Siouxland
- Sioux City, Iowa
Now I feel like there’s nothing I can’t do.
- Family & Children’s Services of Central Maryland
- Baltimore, Md.
It builds you up, it makes you know you’re okay and not too old to learn.
- Senior Citizens Employment & Training, Inc.
- Eau Claire, Wis.
Many more doors open for you if you know computers and all the things available on them to learn.
Please look at other pages on our website, such as:
- The story behind our Digital Inclusion Initiative
- The Senior Community Service Employment Program at one of our local partners
We encourage you to have fun:
- searching for websites related to your hobbies, your childhood or groups you belong to
- sending and receiving email with family members and friends
You can also use the Web to learn more about your benefits:
Again, we welcome you online!
Tell everyone that they’re never too old to learn, just as you have.