SPF Connect

SPF Connect is a project to install up to 450 PCs in the homes of holocaust survivors and refugees with little or no PC experience. The project’s aim is to improve the connectivity of elderly people who often live on their own or some distance from their family and friends.

The PCs run software specifically designed for elderly people: it makes accessing the internet, email, video calling and content much easier to do.

The project is being implemented by Natpoint, an IT services company using software developed by SeeYouLink Inc.

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