For ten years Danny has had a computer but had no idea of how to use it properly. He didn’t realize how accessible the world would become, and the knowledge of skills that the computer would introduce.
The Neil Squire Society has launched a campaign to raise money for their Distance Computer Comfort Program.
Kelli has been a Distance Computer Comfort volunteer since February 2012. She lives in New Westminster, British Columbia, and has had two clients. One lives in Summerland and the other lives in Fort St. John, British Columbia.
“Never say never. There’s always a way. It’s just a matter of continuing on to find that way. The Neil Squire Society is a great place to start!”
“It was the first class I was in where I would feel comfortable and not be harassed.”