Computer Access and Support
ACT Public Libraries
Broadband Women's Information and Referral Centre University of the Third Age
PC Users Group (ACT) Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association
Stay Smart Online
ACT Apple Users Group (ACTApple)
The ACTApple Users Group (ACTApple) is a non-profit association in the ACT. The aim of the Group is educate the general community and assist members in the use and enjoyment of Apple devices and services. The Group is in its 36th year. It is the second oldest Apple user group in Australia and ninth oldest in the world. It has members in Canberra, Port Macquarie, the South Coast and Southern Highlands. The Group meets monthly, has a monthly newsletter and an active e-mail based help service.
For more information please visit https://actapple.org.au/blog/
ACT Public Libraries
This is an Australian Government program that provides internet kiosks to organisations so that seniors can access a free broadband internet service that will help them gain confidence in the use of computer technology and increase their community participation and social inclusion.
For your local kiosk look under 'information' at Broadband for Seniors
Many ACT Registered Clubs offer free internet access to members eg. Canberra Southern Cross Club and the Canberra Labor Club.
Computer Studies Courses.
U3A Online Inc, is Australia's 'virtual' online U3A for seniors who are isolated or housebound or cannot access a local U3A. Courses are all done online for a small annual fee.
A non-profit community based organisation whose motto is "Users helping Users". They have a well equipped centre which is usually accessible 7 days a week, which has a computer lab for training and computers for general member use.
The peak body for seniors and technology. Membership is open to any organisation promoting access to information technology by older people. ASCCA is represented in every state and territory of Australia.
Provides low cost recycled computers to individuals and community organisations.
The Australian Government's cybersecurity website provides information for Australian internet users on the simple steps they can take to protect their personal and financial information online.