Last week LEAD Connect delivered a tailored digital literacy session for Punjabi community members aged 50+ at the Glenwood Community Hub. Our participants had a fantastic hands-on experience using iPads to learn how to use search engines. Using this newfound skillset, they also learned how to use bookmarks and save their favourite images.

This session focused on upskilling seniors and making their online experience more enjoyable and efficient. One of the most heartwarming moments was a participant discovering how to share their location with family members in times of need, ensuring safety and connection when it matters most.

Thank you to those who attended this session and toย Good Things Foundation Australiaย for their support, enabling us to further our mission of enhancing digital literacy for seniors. Stay tuned for more exciting digital literacy workshops coming your way!

Together, we’re bridging the digital divide and enriching the lives of our community.