Learning how to use technology can help you become more self-sufficient and less reliant on others for help with tasks like paying bills online or ordering groceries.

Access to Telehealth

Technology can help you manage their health more effectively, from scheduling appointments online to monitoring health metrics using wearables or apps.

Enhanced Communication

Learning basic technology skills can help you communicate more effectively with loved ones, friends, and healthcare providers. You'll learn to use email, video conferencing, and messaging apps to stay in touch and receive important updates.

Increased Productivity

People who learn how to use technology can become more productive in their daily lives. They can learn how to manage their finances online, use productivity tools such as calendars and reminders, and access a wealth of information and resources from the internet.

Better Safety and Security

People who are able to use technology can take advantage of a wide range of safety and security features. For example, they can learn how to use video doorbells and other smart home technology to monitor their home and prevent accidents. They can also learn how to protect their personal information online and avoid scams and fraud.

Access to Resources

By learning how to use technology, you will gain access to a wealth of information and resources that that will help you in your daily life. This includes online shopping for groceries and other necessities, accessing government services, and learning about new hobbies and interests.

Possible Health Benefits

While not definitively proven, increasing skills in technology could help improve health.

Enhanced cognitive function

Using technology requires cognitive skills like memory, attention, and problem-solving, which can help keep the brain sharp and potentially reduce the risk of cognitive decline.

Improved Mental Health

Learning new things and staying connected with family and friends through technology can help combat loneliness and depression.