Get Connected | Internet and Technology Remote Resource Fair

Updated: 12/22/21


On December 16th, Seabury participated in the Aging Connected Remote Resource Fair offered by Older Adult Technology Services (OATS) from AARP. The program provided information about low-cost internet access offerings, government benefit programs, and free technology training. Watch the recording here.

A Friendship Terrace resident uses an iPad provided by Seabury.

"Washington, DC is home to many incredible older adults, who we are proud to work with every day," said Le'Anetta Tolar-Obasanjo, Director of SeaburyDC. "At Seabury Resources for Aging, we know that the Internet and technology usage can play a major role in improving seniors' quality of life and keeping them connected with loved ones. We are proud to partner with Aging Connected and Comcast on today's remote resource fair, and are excited to continue to do our part to help get older adults connected and close the digital divide."


SeaburyDC is a comprehensive program designed to help our older neighbors in the District age with dignity. Through meals, yard work, recreational activities, wellness and fitness classes, and special programs for LGBTQ and visually impaired older adults, SeaburyDC ensures that older D.C. residents are cared for and connected.


The District offers computers and other devices with an internet connection at public libraries and wellness centers, including Seabury's Model Cities Senior Wellness Center in Ward 5. Use this tech locator to find the nearest public computer with access to the internet. Seabury offers transportation subsidies to help you get around the city.


If you need home internet access, Comcast offers Internet Essentials, monthly internet service for $9.95/month, to those who qualify. Apply here.

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