Tech Support | Computer, Internet & Smartphone Assistance

Our Group and One-on-One Training

We’re doing free Zoom classes to enhance computer skill levels for adults 60+.

For details, subject matter and pdfs of previous classes, please click here or call Michael or Judy at 708.762.3259.

We also offer more personal one-on-one sessions on Zoom. Click here https://bit.ly/3xgwIkt to view our schedule and to make a convenient appointment.

Senior Planet

Senior Planet – Free tech support. National Tech Hotline (920-666-1959) is monitored by Senior Planet Trainers from 8 AM – 5 PM, CDT, Mon.- Fri., to help you with technological issues.

There are two tech discussion groups – on Mondays (Avenidas branch, 2:00 PM, central) and Thursdays (Colorado branch, 10:30 PM, central).

Dave Taenzer is a friend of mine and volunteer at Senior Planet. He hosts an Apple Addicts meeting on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:30 AM, central. The zoom link is: https://seniorplanet.zoom.us/j/95473978676?pwd=ZFdUWFk3b3ZXSFVRaTBiRHNmTC93QT09

  • 10:30 AM – Tuesdays – iPhones & iPads
  • 10:30 AM – Thursdays – Mac laptops & desktops

Like us, Dave’s website has valuable information including his classes and some Apple device related documents: http://davetaenzer.com/docs/

Get Set Up

Get Set Up – a social and learning community designed for older adults, with classes on many topics. Seniors teaching seniors.

Cyber-Seniors

Cyber-Seniors – technology support and training for senior citizens. For free tech training and support call toll-free 844.217.3057.

Tech drop in Zoom meetings Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00 PM, central – Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMvc-qvpjIiHdBRw_LCFnsO6ckDwvlZrseS

They also have a discussion forum. https://cyberseniors.org/community/main-forum/

Vernon Area Public Library District

Remote tech help is available for patrons. Details at https://www.vapld.info/tech-help.html

Help with video conferencing software (such as Zoom or Skype), accessing online library materials (such as e-books, audiobooks, streaming video or research tools), email or Microsoft Office or other software taught in their classes.

Application for 45-minute one-on-one-appointments

Tech classes – see calendar

Indian Trails Public Library District

847.459.4100, adult services ext. 3

One-on-One tech support for patrons. Details at

Offerings include:

  • Basic Assistance with Tablets
  • Basic Assistance with Social Networks
  • Homebound Assistance
  • Help with Software

Application – can meet at library or remotely.

Tech classes – see calendar

Note: Please advise us of any discrepancies or changes you might find in the information supplied above-

Disclaimer

We are trying to share information with you and can not vouch for authenticity. Caveat emptor is Latin for “Let the buyer beware”.

Updated 9/11/21