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Organization: Elder Technology Assistance Group (ETAG)  
Phone Numbers: 905-457-4747 ext 3013
Email: info@etagonline.ca
Website: etagonline.ca
Address:
263 Queen St E, Suite 14
Brampton, ON
L6W 4K6
Intersection: Rutherford Rd S and Queen St E
Location: Brampton (Queen St Corridor)
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 9am-12noon
Dates Available: Different time at different location
Executives: Chris Bint - Executive Director
chris@etagonline.ca
Public Contacts: Melinda Ferlin-Tiller - Program Manager
ETAG
Service Description: Technology Enabled Living (TEL) is a specialized program for adults (55+) * technology related older adult education and supports
  • participants can get help with all types of technology, from personal laptops and tablets, to cell phones, MP3 players and digital cameras. With WiFi available at all our locations, participants are encouraged to bring in their own devices
  • lifelong learning workshops provide an opportunity to learn essential information about today’s new technologies

Provides all the technology to conduct each workshop, participants should bring their own equipment when possible, so they can learn on their own device and customize it just for them

Volunteer Technology Assistance Program is available at the following locations in collaboration with the Centre for Education and Training (TCET):


Brampton:
  • 263 Queen St E, Ste 14 * 905-595-0722 ext 4000 * Wed 9am-12noon
  • 7700 Hurontario St, Unit 601, Ste 100 * 905-457-4747 ext 3013 * Fri 9am-12noon

Mississauga:
  • 50 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Ste 300 * 905-949-0049 ext 1266 * Fri 9am-4pm

Malton:
  • 7420 Airport Rd* 905-677-0007 ext 5233 * Wed 9am-12noon 

Fees: Free
Application: Contact phone number listed above.
Eligibility / Target Population: 55 years and up
Languages: English
Area Served:
Brampton, Mississauga, and Oakville  
See Also: Adult Literacy and Basic Skills
Seniors' Intervention and Assistance Services

This information was last completely updated on February 28, 2018

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