Woodbridge Online Access Centre is a community managed facility based at the Westwinds Community Centre.Â People can access public computers and get help with technology, either through scheduled courses or by contacting the Centre.
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The Windsor Computer Hub supports older Tasmanians to gain skills and confidence to use new technology one-on-one with tutors.
OPEN Computing offer computer and internet information and skills sessions for people with varied computer skills.
Launceston School for Seniors offer a broad range of classes, including basic and intermediate computing, digital photography and record/CD conversion to MP3. Registration is required, but you can contact the School about joining a class after registration day.
The Okines Community offer classes to learn computer skills.
Mathers House offers a range of programs and activities for older people. An Information Hub is available to assist older people with finding information online. Volunteers at Matherâ€™s House are on hand to help senior residents find out about My Aged Care services, health websites, events and activities in the community.