Provided by: Neil Squire Society
A free online program that helps people with disabilities improve their digital literacy so they have the confidence to take their next steps – join a job placement or readiness program, return to school, join the workforce, or simply become more confident using a computer.
Participants will work one-on-one with an instructor in a virtual, private classroom from the comfort of their own homes. The program covers topics based on the needs of each individual and may include the basics of:
- Word processing (Microsoft Office)
- The internet
- Virtual platforms (Zoom and Microsoft Teams)
- Social media
- Online safety.
Resources are available for basic digital literacy hardware, software, and training supports through this program to help ensure participants have the tools they need to be successful. Some examples include:
- Assistive Technology (alternative keyboards and mouse pointers, screen magnification software, voice recognition software, etc.)
- Low-cost internet bandwidth
- A professional assessment focused on accessibility and basic ergonomics.
People with disabilities.
Contact for details.
Business Line: 306-781-6023
Neil Squire Society
1353 Broad Street
Regina SK S4R 1H3
- Assistive Technology and Solutions Program
- Computer Comfort
- Digital Jumpstart
- Group Employment Skills Program
- Makers Making Change
- Online Learning
- Working Together Program
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Wheelchair access - designated parking spaces; Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - ramps; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one); Wheelchair access - call for details or special appointment required.
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