The Senior Center Computer Room houses a collection of state-of-the-art, trouble-free Linux-based computers, each set up with a suite of programs needed to learn about computers and the Internet. It provides a safe place for seniors to access cutting edge media via the Internet.
Computer Tutoring by the Digital Volunteers
The computers are available to all Seniors who have demonstrated their skill and to all others when a computer aide is present.
To book your personal tutoring appointments, and for more information on this free service please contact the front desk or call (707) 964 - 0443
Gifts for the visually impaired and computer illiterate!
The Redwood Coast Seniors Inc. is happy to announce that we have received a new, 'state of the art computer with all the bells and whistles,' including a larger keyboard, scanner, printer, speakers and software for the visually impaired.
Thanks to the Department of Rehabilitation, we are now able to help those of you who would not be able to view a computer screen comfortably. The software included is able to increase the sizes of a page or document you wish to view and will allow you to change colors and or contrast of the document for better viewing. Another benefit to this special software program is the computer's ability to actually read aloud a page or document of your choice. This means you will be able to bring any typed material such as books, prescription information or even a magazine from home and with a little help from one of our computer lab aide we can scan the material and have it ready for your enjoyment.
Redwood Coast Seniors is the 501(c)3 non-profit host to Redwood Coast Senior Center. (EIN: 23-7286987) Tax deductible contributions are an important source of funds for this program. Please contact our staff to find out more about supporting our work through your direct financial support or by volunteering in our programs. Other program funds are provided by the federal Aging Americans Act, California Department of Aging, and the local Area Agency on Aging.