The following are nonprofit agencies or organizations that offer computer training for senior citizens or other computer-related services free to qualifying individuals or organizations. For-profit organizations also offer services, see phone book Yellow Pages: Computers-Training.
The Internet offers a wealth of information relevant to senior citizens. Internet classes teach computer users how to browse for subjects that interest them.
CHIPS – Computers for Homebound & Isolated Persons: 546-6262
Office on Aging
P. O. Box 51650, 37950-1650
Volunteers install donated computers for eligible Knox County seniors or caregivers who are homebound or isolated because of long-term illness or disability or full-time caregiving duties. Free. Senior Citizens Information & Referral Service takes applications. | Website »
Knox County Public Library: 215-8700
Main Library: 500 W. Church Avenue, 37902
Public Internet access at all branches; 1-hour limit. Wireless Internet access at most branches for Wi-Fi equipped devices. Small fee for printing. Lawson McGhee and some branches offer free computer workshops; call for schedule. | Website »
For Knox County senior centers that offer computer services just for seniors, see Senior Centers.