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Senior's Guide to Computers is designed to help seniors who are beginners at using technology. They offer basic computer training in plain language including how to use different web browsers, set up your computer to address accessibility, send emails, and other basic tasks. The site also offers detailed information on storing and saving data, setting up security protocols, and selecting software and hardware for your technology set-up.
MediaSmarts is a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization for digital and media literacy. They have an extensive library of digital literacy programs and resources for parents, teachers, and young people. The majority of their programs help young people to develop their critical media literacy skills.
Generations online provides easy, fast, and free digital skills for elders. They provide device training and general digital/online skills training for both institutions that serve seniors and individual seniors and caregivers.
Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy
Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy, also known as MTML, is a network of organizations and individuals supporting adult literacy in the Toronto and York Region. While they do not offer an in-house digital literacy program, they offer their own directory of digital literacy resources from reputable adult literacy learning organizations for learners and practitioners.
AgingInPlace is an American organization that provides an extensive resource hub with information to support seniors who wish to live in their own homes. Their resources include guides to services that provide home modifications, telehealth services, and comprehensive reviews of medical technology like hearing aids and medical alert systems. They have guides for setting up online telehealth access and how to use the online features for various healthcare devices.