Algarrobo Abuelo will provide access to digital technologies for seniors in San Luis, Argentina
The government of San Luis province in Argentina, announced its new digital inclusion campaign that will target senior members from the community. In order to do so, seniors from the province will receive tablets with special applications designed to support them on daily tasks such as asking for medical support, accessing audiovisual contents, paying for public services or setting alarms.
The “Algarrobo Abuelo” campaign is part of the digital plan San Luis 3.0 that seeks to digitalize the community’s public services. It will also provide personalized support to teach seniors how to use their new devices. For example, through a sub initiative called “Nube de Plata”, pensioners from the province will conform a network of retired volunteers to support teach their peers digital literacy skills.
Additional Sources: Agencia San Luis