Deaf Connect is excited to announce the relaunch of our Tech Savvy Seniors program for 2023.
An ongoing partnership between Telstra and the New South Wales Government, The Tech Savvy Seniors program helps seniors build the skills and confidence to use computers, tablets, and smartphones.
The program will teach you how to keep in touch with friends and family, access government, health, and other essential services and discover more information on a variety of topics.
You can currently access the program at the below locations:
- St Mary’s Library
Morning tea will be provided.
Who can join?
- Seniors aged 60+ or Aboriginal or Torrest Straight Islander elders aged 50+.
- You must be an Australian citizen / permanent resident.
What to bring?
Please bring your own iPad or tablet and a charger to the course. If you don’t have one, you can borrow one on the day.
To prove your age and Australian citizenship/residency, please bring to the first session:
- Photo ID (passport or driver’s license)
- Medicare card
- Pension Card or NSW Seniors Card
To RSVP contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your chosen location.
*Tech Savvy Seniors is a partnership between the NSW Government, the State Library of NSW and Telstra. This course is fully funded by the NSW Government for those 60 years and over.
Where: HJ Daley Library, 1 Hurley St, Campbelltown NSW 2560
When: Every Friday from 3 March – 31st March 2023
Time: 10am – 1pm
Where: Andrew Rogers Training Room, Deaf Connect, Level 4, 69 Phillip St, Parramatta
When: Every Fridays from 5 May – 2 June 2023
Time: 10am – 1pm
Where: Bomaderry Community Centre, 19 Birriley Street, Bomaderry
When: Every Saturday from 20 May – 10 June 2023
Time: 10am – 2pm
St Mary's Library
Where: William Garner Room, St Marys Library, 207 – 209 Queen St, St Marys
When: Every Thursday from 27 April – 25 May 2023
Time: 9am – 12pm
Want to see Teach Savvy Seniors delivered near you?
We’re taking expressions of interest to run the program in different locations across NSW. Let us know your preference in the form below.
Deaf Connect are working to grow our service offering to more locations so if you’re not based in NSW but are interested in the program, we encourage you to still submit an EOI with your preference.