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Norma Satten was the first Board President of the Community Living Campaign and a tireless leaders for aging with human rights and dignity. Met Norma and learn about the committed leader who helped launch a movement in San Francisco.
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helped organize the 2012 Aging and Disability Technology Summit at San Francisco City Hall.
The COMMUNITY LIVING CAMPAIGN is pleased to be part of San Francisco's Community Broadband Opportunity Program (SF CBOP) with funding from the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).
This funding will provide extensive training, computers, and broadband connections throughout San Francisco, through partnering organizations, including senior centers, adult day and supportive housing sites, after school programs, youth organizations, digital media partners, and City College of San Francisco. The Community Living Campaign will provide training on social media like Facebook, Skype, Twitter and other social media. We will also continue our work with local partner organization around the development of Tyze, new personal private networking site. Social media classes are already underway.
For a list of current trainings, click here.