Join Helping Seniors of Brevard President, Joe Steckler, each week for the “Helping Seniors” Television program airing throughout Brevard County on Bright House Networks. Joe has been a favorite presence and familiar face on the Bright House Networks TV for many years. He provides insightful information to help seniors.
Joe Steckler and Kay Keyser, of Helping Seniors, visit with “Freebie” Bassett, Founder of Computers Advancing Education. They talk about the outreach efforts of the not-for-profit and how they make computer literacy a focus point for our area seniors. Learn how to get involved in Helping Seniors computer classes!
Computers Advancing Education, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The primary focus is to supply every child with the tools needed to compete and succeed in today’s highly technological society. The volunteers at Computers Advancing Education, Inc. test and refurbish used computer equipment donated by major companies, small businesses or private individuals. After refurbishment, the computers are supplied at no cost to schools, non-profit organizations, and individuals in an effort to support education.
Over the past 6 years Computers Advancing Education, Inc. has supplied over 6,250 free computers to schools and children all over the United States and to other countries including Samoa and Nigeria.
A secondary focus of Computers Advancing Education, Inc. is to provide computer training for seniors. Volunteers teach basic computer classes at 3 learning centers that have been established in Brevard County. Seniors can attend these classes free of charge. Contact Kay Keyser at Helping Seniors of Brevard (321-473-7770) for information.