Intellectual fitness and information sessions for seniors

Cyber Seniors Program

Students Provide one on one tuition for computer and devices. Over six weeks students from Ashfield Boys High School will provide one on one tuition for computers and devices such as smart phones and tablets. Take along your own device or work on one of the school computers. The sessions are informally run (i.e., it is not a structured course) in a friendly environment encouraging participants to ask questions, learn new skills and build confidence. It’s never too late to brush up on your online skills or learn new ways to stay connected. For enquiries please contact: (02) 0392 5863 or Email:

Inner West Council Adult Library programs

Our libraries run a range of regular programs throughout the year including: Canasta, English classes, film clubs, Family History Research Group, Scrabble, knitting and Tech Savvy Seniors. Click here for the full list of regular library programs for adults (scroll down past What's On events on the page): Adult programs - Inner West Council ( 

Inner West Council Libraries

One to one computer help with students and formal programs over the year across inner west libraries.

Teen Tech program

Teen Tech Tutors brings together high-school students and adults in an intergenerational technology support program.

Student tutors will assist adults with common technology questions and help them solve their digital issues.

Tech Savvy Seniors

Free introductory computer classes for seniors. This program will assist seniors with little or no digital experience to develop skills and confidence in using technology for socializing, accessing services, or conducting personal business.


Other Tech Savvy seniors’ programs

Tech Savvy Seniors is funded through a partnership between the NSW Government and Telstra. There are several types of formal free training courses for seniors, ranging form introductory to more specific.

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Australian Seniors Computer Club Association -ASCCA

ASCCA supports computer clubs for seniors across Australia. To find out more about the locations of these clubs visit

Be Connected

Be Connected is an Australia wide initiative empowering all Australians to thrive in a digital world. We have online learning resources as well as a Network of community partners - the Be Connected Network - who offer support so you can develop your digital skills and confidence. For more information please click here.

U3A - University of the 3rd Age

U3A is a worldwide self-help organisation promoting learning for personal enjoyment and wellbeing. The U3A Network NSW Inc consists of over 60 autonomous U3As throughout NSW and several more groups from interstate, who are dedicated to providing life-long learning opportunities for their members in their 'third age', “The Age of Retirement”. Retirees, using the skills and interests gained during their working years either participate and/or present for the sheer pleasure of affordable “learning for fun”, engaging in physical activities and the resultant social benefits from meeting like-minded people. Click here for more information on Sydney U3A. Download the City and Inner West U3A group guide here (PDF 194.2KB)

Devices for people with a disability

Access devices suitable for people with disabilities here

Language Services  

Click here to find out about some of the language services available to help new members of our community including English classes in Ashfield and Newtown. 

Hannaford Community Centre programs   

Are you looking for fun and engaging activities to keep you healthy and busy? Look no further than the Hannaford Community Centre in Rozelle! Hannaford has a range of programs to suit everyone’s interests and needs. Click here for more information. 

Other groups

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Page last updated: 14 Sep 2023