1-2-1 Computer skills sessions 60+

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Wednesday from 11:00am

Neighbourly Care provide one-to-one computer skills sessions of 30 minutes for anyone aged 60 or over. Teaching internet, Word, Excel, video calling, online shopping, email and more. Since everyone has different levels of knowledge, these sessions will allow you to learn at the pace that makes you feel most comfortable, focusing on those computer skills that are of interest to you.

The building is accessible for wheelchair users.

This activity is provided by Neighbourly Care, a charity that brings together people over 65 from all backgrounds to share and celebrate their experiences, cultures and lives. They offer a wide range of services and activities to older people aimed at prolonging independent living in various locations across the borough.


FREE activity
All participants need to be members of Neighbourly Care Community Project.
Annual membership fee is £2. You can sign up simply by filling out a short membership form on the day. You only pay it once a year and it gives you access to all Neighbourly Care activities.

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The closest bus stop is number E6 and E7 on Adrienne Avenue.
If you are coming by tube you can alight at Greenford station (Central Line) and take bus E6.

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Learning computer skills

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