ATLANTA (WAOK)-The Atlanta Housing Authority this week became the first city to offer seniors living in all of its  properties the opportunity to learn how to use the internet without the use of federal grant money. AHA officials worked with Connected Living, an innovative technology in a partnership that will open the doors of the world to the city’s senior citizens.

Connected Living officials visited senior centers all over the city to get seniors started on getting connected with the internet.

Seniors took part in the training at Piedmont Road Highrise, Marian Road Highrise, Georgia Avenue Highrise,  Marietta Road Highrise, the Juniper & 10th Street Highrise and the East Lake Highrise.

Connected Living’s  Neil Sullivan  spoke to WAOK about the program.

Comments (2)
  1. Sarah says:

    Good for these seniors, this is the best thing they can do for themselves to become connected with the rest of the world…

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