Yekaterinburg offers disabled residents grants for computer work
The project will help promote the work of people with disabilities in the area of computers, Ekburg.ru reports.
In 2010, a Computer Club for disabled people was established in the Urals capital. The club offers participants a place where they can solve problems and receive training in an area of interest. The club also offers participants live communication, psychological relief, a change in the home environment and new experiences.
The competition for grants is an intellectual competition open to people with motor disabilities. It will include testing in Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, the internet and other applications, according to Ekburg.ru.
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