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 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:

  • 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:

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 – 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

They also have a discussion forum.

Vernon Area Public Library District

Remote tech help is available for patrons. Details at

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-


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Updated 9/11/21