21 Catalyst Foundation (formerly known as Seniors Information Service) The Catalyst Foundation Internet Lounge is free to anyone 50 years or over and is available between 10am AND PM -ONDAY TO &RIDAY 6ISITORS HAVE ACCESS TO A BROADBAND INTERNET CONNECTION -ICROSOFT 7ORD AND %XCEL AND COLOUR PRINTING )NDIVIDUAL OR GROUP TRAINING IS also offered for a small fee of $5 in the use of a variety of technology, tablets, smart phones, social media and computers. Visit www.catalystfoundation.com.au/ our-services/learning/digital-training or phone 8168 8776 (or 1800 636 368 if calling from regional SA) for more information. Savvy Consumer: A guide to your rights when buying goods or services This guide provides information and know-how to help you avoid being ripped off or scammed. You will find lots of handy tips to navigate your way through the marketplace in South Australia. Visit www.cbs.sa.gov.au/forms-and-publications/ order-publications and click on “Savvy Consumer” to view the guide. It is worthwhile browsing the other guides while you are there. 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 for more information. Community Centres SA 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 to find out what they can offer you. Visit www.communitycentressa.asn.au/ searchdirectory to find your local centre.