Date: Thursday November 7th, 2024
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Location: Hybrid (Access 2 Independence Office OR  Online)
Office Address: 1556 S 1st Ave, Suite B, Iowa City, IA 52240
Virtual Link: Will be sent out to registered attendees

***Advanced registration is required***

Developing some technical skills can be an important part of community living. This session is designed to support participants in learning new technical skills, whether that is using a computer, getting online and using the internet, or using assistive technology. Participants will learn:

  • The basics of what computers are and how to use them
  • The many different ways they can use the internet and keep safe doing it
  • About assistive technology and how it could benefit their lives

All workshops are free; there is no cost to attend. Workshops are intended for individuals who self-identify as having a disability, mental health condition, and/or chronic health condition (rather than family members or service providers). Attendees must live in one of the 8 eastern Iowa counties we serve (Johnson, Linn, Washington, Benton, Cedar, Jones, Henry, or Iowa county).

This is a hybrid workshop. That means participants are welcome to attend in-person OR  online. Advanced registration is required for all participants regardless of attendance format.

For more information about this or other Community Living Skills workshops, please visit:

For questions, please contact:

Kaydee Layne (A2I Outreach Specialist)
Phone: 319-499-8706 (text or call)

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