Digital Access Project


Digital Access Logo.PNG“I want to get connected to high-speed Internet service.”

“I want to access to online job applications, social networks and my doctor.”

“I want an Internet service I can afford on a low-income.”

The Digital Access Project aims to help those who do not have the digital literacy skills they need to succeed and help them understand the relevance the Internet has in their lives. Whether it’s finding a job, helping their children complete homework for school or accessing e-commerce, electronic medical records and connecting with distant family, it is vital that we encourage every person and persons with a disability to take advantage of the tools they need to succeed.

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