Computer Literacy And Skills for Seniors
♦ Frustrated with Your Computer?
♦ Need Help with Windows?
♦ Want Help E-mailing Your Grandchildren?
Join Cona Elder Law's Free CLASS
Computer Literacy And Skills for Seniors:
An Introduction to Computers
Date: Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Place: Cona Elder Law Offices
225 Broadhollow Road, Suite 200
Melville, New York
RSVP: Janet Russell at 631.390.5000 or
Based on client requests, Cona Elder Law is sponsoring an Introduction to Computers class for seniors. An instructor from Sharper Training Solutions will provide group training and individualized assistance to up to 24 participants.
This customized hands-on class is slow-paced and user-friendly for the novice who is a new computer-user or is self-taught and needs additional training. Whether someone wants to learn how to use the mouse, play solitaire, understand windows elements and navigate the menus or send an email, each attendee will sit in front of their own laptop computer so they can practice the skills they learn in this hands-on class.
All participants will receive a free subscription to Sharper Training Solutions email newsletter and free unlimited support by email.
Please join us for this informative, useful and fun class.
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