The California Department of Aging’s Access to Technology (ATT) grant has awarded $48 million across the state to help communities get online. Counties can use the funding to bridge the digital divide for older adults and people living with disabilities, but they must act quickly as all funds must be expended before the end of 2023.
We can help your county create sustainable digital access and training systems
- How we can help your county create sustainable digital access and training systems
- Our program offerings, including our Train-the-Trainer DigitalLIFT model, which will prepare nonprofits to integrate digital equity into their daily service delivery
- Our basic and intermediate digital skills curriculums, offered in eight languages for various types of devices
- How to get folks signed up for discounted internet services through the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)
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