Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) from AARP's virtual digital skills training program, "Senior Planet from AARP", affords older adults the opportunity to engage with a dynamic mix of online offerings to achieve measurable change in one or more areas of their lives: financial security, social engagement, creative expression, health and wellness, and civic participation. In addition to structured, multi-week courses, Senior Planet programming also includes a robust series of online lectures, workshops, guest speakers, and special events, high-quality online content, and participant-driven affinity groups on Senior Planet Community. We also have a Senior Planet licensing program, equipping local organizations across the country with Senior Planet digital skills training curriculum and tools to help older adults access technology and use it to enhance their lives. LEARN Aging and Caregiving Resource Network (https://learnidaho.org/home/teched/) Boise currently uses our curriculum.
Idaho Digital Skills is provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries and assisted with funds from the Library Services and Technologies Act through the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).