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Dear Clinic Customers, Volunteers, and other Friends,

To slow the spread of the COVID-19/Corona Virus, and so give our health care system the time it needs to keep up, we are temporarily closing the clinic’s physical gathering place at the Old Cambridge Baptist Church. Please email adamfrost@computerCareandLearning.com to get on our mailing list, so we can email you when we re-open after the crisis passes. You can also phone us at 617-522-1049 with any questions.

While the physical clinic is closed, we’ll be having online classes that you can join by phone and/or computer. Please see our listing below. Please call Adam Frost at 617-522-1049 or email adamfrost@computercareandlearning.com to join these online classes.

 

 

Computers and Learning during the virus crisis

          www.computerCareandLearning.com  617-522-1049  

 

special delivery, online and by-phone offerings during the crisis:

 

Adbar Get Connected Clinic—a project of Adbar Women’s Alliance https://www.ethiopianwomen.org/

in partnership with Computer Care and Learning https://computercareandlearning.com/

 

Our Adbar computer clinic is doing delivery-with-social-distancing of full computer systems, mostly desktops, to people and businesses needing computers during the crisis. Machines are Windows 10 and are industrial strength with Boston’s only lifetime warranty (as long as our clinic is alive, we’ll take care of your machine).

We ask for a $50 donation from people who have lower incomes, and $125 to people who have some money.

 

Weekly Web for Business class, helping people learn practical ways to use the internet for business, including website development, email issues, safety, community outreach and more  (Tuesdays noon – 1 pm)

 

Adbar Weekly computer clinic, studying computers, computer repair, and the computer industry. Particularly good for people training to be computer helpers or who want to be the “go to” person in their offices  (Wednesdays 5 pm – 7 pm)

 

We’ll continue our work of renewing used computers so that families without much money can use them for job-hunting, communication, education, and recreation. We’re a team of volunteers with a wide range of abilities and experience, working together to help one another learn how to refurbish computers from the ground up, and make them ready for beginners to use. This is a good educational and networking opportunity for all who can come and help.