By Sally Underwood • 08 September 2021 • 18:43
Rincon de la Victoria offers digital literacy for the elderly. Image: Ayuntamiento de Rincon de la Victoria
The council said it will be offering the classes to the elderly in Rincon de la Victoria.
Around 100 elderly in the municipality will begin free classes at various council and senior centres in Rincon de la Victoria.
Councillor Elena Aguilar said the initiative, “has been very well received with the participation of almost a hundred seniors and we hope that in this course a greater number of users will join the plans.”
Aguilar explained it aims to give the elderly population access information about digital literacy.
The classes will cover the use of the internet, the introduction to office software programs, installations, and electronic procedures.
The president of the DYAR Association, David Azuaga, said: “Online actions will aim to establish the learnings that facilitate this type of communication, and face-to-face actions will be developed in compliance with all the stipulated safety and prevention measures.”
Those interested in participating can contact the DYAR Association on 672 19 19 53, or e-mail: [email protected]
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