Thanks to Jack Chin, Tom Loftus and skilled folks at SFGovTV, we have featured highlights from the 2012 Aging and Disabilities Technology Summit to share and to remember. On May 15th, City Hall was transformed by the team of organizations listed below to host a stimulating day of speakers, workshops and hands-on learning. What was highlighted that day will be happening all over the City at BTOP computer sites. To find a class near you, go to the SFConnected calendar at www.sfconnected.info. For Community Living Campaign’s calendar of a social media classes, go to www.clcsocial.org or the calendar page on this blog.[vsw id=”XAdmDeuHAnQ” source=”youtube” width=”425″ height=”344″ autoplay=”no”]
While CLC took the lead in organizing the event, it was made possible by the generous support of the following sponsors and organizational supporters:
Media Sponsors: Fox Channel 2, KTSF Channel 26, Univision – Channel 14 and Comcast
Event Sponsors: Family Caregiver Alliance, On Lok, San Francisco Health Plan, SCAN Health Plan and Verizon.
Event Supporters: Mayor Edwin M. Lee, Board of Supervisors, President David Chiu, SF Dept. of Aging and Adult Services, SF Dept. of Recreation and Parks, SF Dept. of Technology, SF Public Library, California Telephone Access Program, Community Technology Network, Community Living Campaign, Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, NTIA Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP), ReliaTech, Self-Help for the Elderly, San Francisco Interfaith Council, and Tyze Personal Networks.