PEOPLE over 50 can find the cyber world a confusing place, but the Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre and Transcare have partner to help build their confidence.
Lee Watts, manager of the Centre, said being connected to the internet helps connect people to a range of information, services, family and friends.
“It can be really daunting, but don’t worry you won’t break anything,” laughed Mrs Watts.
“The Be Connected program is an Australia wide initiative empowering all Australians to thrive in a digital world,” she said.
“The program will have online learning resources and offer in-person support to develop digital skills and confidence,” Lee Watts said.