Read the March 2021 edition by clicking here. 

 

This month we spoke with a trainer from Cyber-Seniors, a nonprofit that takes an intergenerational approach to computer classes. Coastline’s Foster Grandparent Program volunteers enrolled in video conferencing classes and hope to use their newfound skills in classrooms throughout the South Coast.

We also highlight the ongoing pandemic relief effort in the Town of Acushnet, where multiple agencies have been working together to support the community.

Check out those stories and more in the latest issue!

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Community Companions

You don’t need a computer, nor do you need to know how to set up a Zoom meeting, to connect with others during the pandemic. You can enroll in UMass Dartmouth’s Community Companions program through Coastline. Students will call you weekly to check in and have a friendly conversation. For more information, call 508-742-9132.

Check out the latest issue of Senior Scope for additional resources.

 

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