Millersville Senior Center, in partnership with Let’s Click Technology Solutions, will be offering free computer/technology classes for Lancaster County residents age 55 and older.
“How to Click: A Four-Part Technology Workshop Series” is focused on bridging the gap between older adults and technology. Participants may attend an individual session or the entire series.
Dec. 6 – Session 1: Question-and-Answer Open Forum. Let’s Click Technology Solutions staff will be available to answer questions about a broad spectrum of technology topics, including the internet, computer hardware, software, types of phones, tablets, laptops, or even just how to look up information on the internet. All levels of users are welcome!
Dec. 13 – Session 2: Cell Phones and Bills. Learn how cell phones work, different phone features, and how to decipher cell phone bills. Questions can be answered about cell phones of all types and from all carriers.
Dec. 20 – Session 3: Online Safety. This session will teach participants about safe practices when using the internet. Learn how to safely shop online, where to store passwords, and which type of personal information is safe to enter into the computer.
Dec. 27 – Session 4: How to Use Facebook. What is social media? Participants will learn how to set up social media accounts and how to use Facebook to connect with friends and family.
All sessions are free and will be held on Wednesdays, 9-10:30 a.m., at Millersville Senior Center, St. Paul Lutheran Church, 222 N. George St., Millersville.
For questions or registration, contact Derek Bendetti, Lancaster County Office of Aging, at (717) 299-7979.