Learn how to use email, computers, and the internet. Students can also get free help from online tutors.
No appointment needed! Stop by the San Rafael public library to ask questions about your device.
Digital Literacy workshops designed to support parents who have little-to-no working knowledge of how to use computers.
Parent Institute for Quality Education
Linguistically and culturally responsive digital literacy training for families.
People with disabilities
California Foundation Independent Living Centers
California Foundation Independent Living Centers (CFLIC) resources.
• Digital Access Project. Supports internet services at a lower cost for folks with disabilities who have limited income.
• Freedom Tech. A financial loan program to purchase needed assistive technology ($500-$15,000). Includes computers and adaptive accessories/software.
Marin Center for Independent Living (MCIL)
Marin Center for Independent Living (MCIL) – has periodic digital accessibility programs.
Center for Accessible Technology
Center for Accessible Technology (CforAT). Various programs including:
• Senior Connects – open lab offering digital hands-on support and training.
• Assistive Technology Explorations – space to explore various tools to interface with technology.
• And more!
Department of Rehabilitation – Assistive technology programs.
Assistive technology (AT) is anything that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities and independence of persons with disabilities, aging populations, and people with non-communicable diseases. AT enables people to live healthy, productive, and dignified lives, and promotes inclusion and participation in education, the labor market, and civic life.
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