Generations on Line
Generations on Line is a nonprofit corp. to: foster and promote Internet literacy, access and skills to the elderly; overcome older persons' fear and reluctance of the new electronic media; and stimulate and encourage communication among generations. They provide simplified Internet software, support materials and service to retirement communities, long-term care and assisted living facilities, private and subsidized housing, senior centers, and public libraries nationwide.
The OASIS Institute is a national non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of older adults through programs in the arts and humanities, health education, technology and volunteer service.
STAR Funding Directory
A funding directory for assistive technology for older adults is available from STAR program.
Selim Center for Learning in Later Years
The Selim Center for Learning in Later Years (formerly the Center for Senior Citizens Education) is a community outreach program of the University of St. Thomas and presents educational and cultural programs specifically designed to foster and support lifelong learning.
The nonprofit SeniorNet provides adults 50+ access to and education about computer technology and the Internet. SeniorNet members learn and teach others to use computers and communications technologies to accomplish a variety of tasks.
Wired Seniors: A Fervent Few
This report on the Pew Internet & American Life Project indicates that despite the fact that more older adults are going online, the number of "wired" seniors is still relatively small. However, Internet users aged 50-64 will really take advantage of the Internet as they grow older. Email to and from families, hobby information, reading and news and health and medical information are the main areas of interest of this group.
The WiredSeniors website is a portal site for many other websites with senior-focused information.