Computer classes offered for seniors


Last updated 1/14/2019 at 3:11pm

Volunteer instructor Bob Cebulski teaches a class on iPhones.

FALLBROOK – The Foundation for Senior Care will sponsor a series of computer classes and workshops taught by volunteer computer technicians at the Crestview Estates Clubhouse, 1120 E. Mission Road.

Registration is now open for January and February classes at or at the Foundation for Senior Care, 135 S Mission Road, at the corner of Mission Road and Fig Street, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The six classes being offered are: Smartphone and Tablet for Androids, iPad and iPhone, How Do I Decide – Computer versus Tablet versus Phone? Google Maps, Using WordPad and Solving Spreadsheet Problems.

Classes are one, two or four weeks long and meet for two hours once a week. Classes start Monday, Jan. 14, and cost between $10-$40. Class size is limited and fill up quickly. For a description of classes or more information, visit or call Foundation for Senior Care at (760) 723-7570.

"In today's electronic world there are so many choices – iPhones, Android phones, tablets and computers," longtime volunteer Obie Weeks said. "It doesn't matter what type of phone or computer you have, we have a class to cover it and help seniors become comfortable with their electronic devices."

In addition to computer classes, the Foundation for Senior Care hosts a weekly open lab Fridays called "Fix it Friday," for walk-in help for seniors with their software or hardware problems. There is no charge for this service, but donations are encouraged.

Learn more about The Foundation for Senior Care at

Submitted by Foundation for Senior Care.


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