Broadband for Seniors
Broadband for Seniors helps senior Australians get the skills they
need to use computers and
access the Internet.
At the Centre we provide senior Australians, aged 50 years and over, with a friendly and secure environment to receive computer and internet training, for example - use of email, Facebook, Skype etc.
The Internet connection and computers at the kiosk can be used by seniors for practice and personal computer work outside of scheduled training times.
Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and supported by Adult Learning Australia, the Broadband for Seniors program is delivered by community organisations across Australia.
More information on the Broadband for Seniors program can be found at http://bfseniors.com.au
To inquire about assistance or support please contact the Murilla Community Centre on (07) 4627 2027.