Welcome to Seniors Technology


This site provides an introduction to new technologies for the benefit of seniors participating in Technology for Seniors course, part of Community Learning at Christian Community Aid,(CCA) Eastwood, NSW, Australia. [http://www.ccas.org.au/community-learning/]


While hands-on training is provided by CCA, there is a lot more information about technology than can be provided in class sessions. This wiki is a resource that provides that additional information. It allows participants access to the critical information and to review it whenever they need to. This site is not intended to be a stand-alone training resource but a support for in class experience and activities.

Who can use this wiki?

Although designed for CCA Leisure Learning participants, seniors anywhere are welcome to use the site to help their understanding of the new technologies and see how these might help them to add value to their lifestyle.

Important Note

This site is intended as a general guide for seniors. The information is provided in good faith but without any warranty or guarantee given or implied. Please see the Legal page for more information.

What next?

This website has a temporary sister site that deals with computer applications (or programs). To go to that website use the navigation on the left to go to the 'Applications Website'. Otherwise read on. (the sister site will be incorporated into this site late in 2021)

This page is just a welcome point. Please tap or click on 'Get Started' in the black navigation bar at the top of this page to see how you might use this resource and its information to help you learn. You can also find 'Get Started' in the box to the left of this page. The box is labelled Site Navigation at the top.

If you are using a device with a touch screen, just tap with your finger. You can also left click with the mouse if using a laptop or desktop computer.

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License