The Digital Technologies Seniors Program (DTSP), co-developed between Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia and Persatuan Kebajikan Rolf Schnyder bridges the generational gap between youths and senior citizens through technology coaching and reciprocal mentorship in line with the Sarawak Ministry of Welfare, Women and Family Development (KPWK)’s mandate of sustaining community wellbeing for a dignified existence for all.
Our goal is to bring together young people and senior citizens through technology training and mentorship, helping to bridge the generational gap and create a sustainable support system for both groups. By participating in this program, both youths and senior citizens can gain valuable skills and knowledge, while also providing each other with valuable support and guidance.
We are so grateful to the DTSP Cyber-Ambassadors who organised this much needed training to the Healthy Elderly. We are looking forward to learn much more through their tech coaching sessions.
We learnt a lot and are looking forward to learn much more through the DTSP Program. Truly a much needed program that empowers us seniors in this tech driven world.