Cyber-Seniors Computer Tutoring

BB Cyber Seniors

Photo: Jennifer Findlay (LASS), George Landry (Chair, CISRC), Tom Wainwright, Sue McCrae (President, SSHSS), Shirley Stuart (Volunteer Tutor), and Simon Brown (Deputy Chair, CISRC.)


Seniors in the South Shuswap area will be able to access free one-on-one computer support starting this fall. The Literacy Alliance of the Shuswap Society (LASS), in partnership with the South Shuswap Health Services Society (SSHSS) and its affiliated committee, Copper Island Seniors Resource Centre (CISRC), will be offering free computer tutoring sessions and monthly technology workshops for seniors.

LASS is currently looking for volunteer tutors who are able to commit one hour per week to help local seniors with basic computer skills such as how to use a mouse, how to set up an email account, how to search for information on the Internet, or how to use an iPad or tablet.

The computer program adds an important component to the slate of services provided by the Copper Island Seniors Resource Centre such as foot care, massage, frozen meals, seniors luncheons, hearing tests, income tax preparation, seniors shopping and transportation and support groups.

If you are interested becoming involved with the Blind Bay Cyber Seniors program as a volunteer tutor, please contact: Jennifer Findlay, Literacy Outreach Coordinator, at 250-833-2095 or