Union-Snyder Agency on Aging
Do you have a desire to help senior citizens learn how to turn on/off the computer, talk to grandchildren through facebook or email, look up more information on issues that pertain to them like their medications/health issues, options on insurances, etc.? There are many older folks who have a yearning to use the computer but just don’t have anyone to help them.
Computer Helper/Teacher-Have an understanding/knowledge of the computer in order to help folks learn basic skills like how to google, get on facebook or open up facebook, open up an email, etc. We are open Monday through Friday 9 - 3:30 and are flexible with your schedule to help folks using their laptop or the computer available in our computer lab at least once a week.
Skills and requirements-knowledge of using the computer and patience with senior citizens who want to learn how to use it, and be willing to answer a lot of questions or help them ask you a lot of questions so they can better understand
Contact-Chris Erb at 570-837-6200 or email@example.com or stop in at 3551 Richard Road, Penns Creek
About Union-Snyder Agency on Aging
116 N. 2nd St, Lewisburg, PA 17837, US
Our mission is to ensure the rights of older adults within Union & Snyder counties to live independent, meaningful, and dignified lives in their own homes and communities, make informed decisions concerning their care, and stay active and productive for as long as possible.
The Union-Snyder Area Agency on Aging began in June 1974 as a two-county public agency under the direct control of the Union and Snyder County Boards of Commissioners. Since that time, it has served as the primary agency for developing and providing services for persons sixty and over in Union and Snyder counties.
In September, of 2003, the two Boards of Commissioners asked the Pennsylvania Department of Aging to consider the redesignation of the public AAA to a new private, not-for-profit board. The major reasons for this request were to expand community involvement on all levels and allow the agency to access additional funding sources.
In March 2004, after two public hearings and other fact-finding efforts, the Secretary of Aging approved the request. Beginning July 1, 2004, the Union-Snyder Agency on Aging, Inc. became one of 17 private not-for-profit Area Agencies on Aging in Pennsylvania.