21 Internet Safety for Seniors (WEA / SAPOL) SAPOL’s specialist Electronic Crime Section delivers quarterly Internet Safety for Seniors training for seniors via the WEA. Two hour training sessions cover a range of topics such as recognising secure sites, online scams, internet auctions, internet safety and shopping online. Visit www.wea-sa.com.au or phone 8223 1272 for more information. Savvy Seniors: A guide to consumer rights for seniors A guide that aims to equip older South Australians with enough information and know-how to avoid being exploited. An increase in online fraud has led to a much greater risk of identity theft and other scams. Visit www.cbs.sa.gov.au and search for “savvy seniors” to view the guide. The Royal Society for the Blind’s Adaptive Technology Centre The primary goal of the Adaptive Technology Centre is to assist persons who are blind or vision impaired to use adaptive technology in education, employment and the home. The centre displays and demonstrates the latest adaptive technology available in Australia. Visit www.rsb.org.au/adaptive-technology-centre for more information. Community Centres Some community centres around South Australia offer computer, iPad, tablet and internet training and workshops, often one-on-one, for a small fee. Search for your local community centre. Visit www.communitycentressa.asn.au for more information.