Distance Computer Comfort at the Neil Squire Society
The Distance Computer Comfort Program at Neil Squire Society provides knowledge and computer skill development to people with significant physical disabilities through out British Columbia. Computer Comfort participants develop skills that enable them to participate more fully and equally in society and transforms their ability to enter the work force and experience new opportunities. The program is free to participants and offers one-on-one computer tutoring and a refurbished donated computer for the home.
The Distance Computer Comfort Program is unique and available tool for people with physical disabilities and is available for them to build the technical requirements to push through any barriers of isolation. Knowledge of computers is important for communicating and entering the work force. Participants are improving their quality of life, and opening up the door to become more fully engaged in their communities. The program has a lasting positive change on each of its participant’s lives.The program educates participants through the use of technology; thus allowing them to communicate with their friends and family, build independence, accomplish goals, and feel that that are able to give back to society and be part of their communities.
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