Computer Services

The following are non-profit agencies or organizations that offer computer training for older adults or other computer-related services free to qualifying individuals or organizations. For-profit organizations also offer services. The Internet offers a wealth of information relevant to older adults. Internet classes teach computer users how to browse for subjects that interest them.

Digital Inclusion Classes for Seniors: 524-2786

Office on Aging
P.O. Box 51650, 37950-1650
Free digital education training course for Knox County residents 50 and older. Course covers everything a new tablet user needs to know, including a tour of the device, and lessons on how to find, install, move, and delete apps. Upon completion of the course, participants have the option of purchasing the device at a reduced rate.

Knox County Public Library: 215-8700

Main Library: 500 W. Church Avenue, 37902
Public Internet access at all branches. Wireless Internet access at all branches for Wi-Fi equipped devices. Small fee for printing. Downloadable eBooks, audio books, magazines, and other online resources.

Senior Centers

For senior centers that offer computer services, see Senior Centers.

Spark: 219-0130

116 Childress Street SW, 37921
Provides training and demonstration on using computer equipment. Provides computers that are cleaned, repaired and then provided for long-term loans to individuals with communication, vision and physical disabilities. Donations encouraged and appreciated.