Learn about a well-kept secret - friendly, one-on-one volunteer tech help in Bellevue for seniors. Get acquainted, ask your questions, and learn how you can easily access this great resource.*
In March, SeniorTech welcomed ENN for an introduction and Q&A about our organization. On May 15, SeniorTech leaders Dick Thompson and Michael LeGris will introduce SeniorTech to ENN.
Smartphones, tablets, iPads, laptops, computers - technology is everywhere in our lives. If you're like most people, you have questions - and sometimes, frustrations - when you can't figure out how to do what you want with that new device, or how to get that "old" one to do more.
Our speakers will tell us about what SeniorTech does, who they are, and their history. They will then field questions from the audience about how SeniorTech works, and offer assistance with computer problems. Please join us to learn more, ask questions, and contribute your ideas. Bring your device(s) and your tech-related challenges!
Please register to help us plan for seating and refreshments.
SeniorTech of Puget Sound is a local nonprofit organization with the goal of providing computer and related device literacy to any senior and other persons willing to learn. Their volunteers offer one-on-one technical support for computer and mobile devices at the North Bellevue Community Center on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, and the 5th Tuesday when there is one. Labs are from 9:30 to noon, and everyone is welcome. They also hold a monthly general meeting on topics of interest to tech users.
*Note: Senior Tech's regular Tuesday morning lab visitors pay a fee ($3.00 for Bellevue residents, $4.00 for non-residents) to help defray the cost of using the facility.