Kim Greene arrives at HandyCapable Network every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. She hops off the SCAT bus that drops her at the door, and begins her day of work. Today she may be cleaning computer keyboards. Tomorrow she may be sorting laptop adapters. There is always something to do at HandyCapable.
HandyCapable has become a a place of purpose for her; much like a second home.
Every week HandyCapable hosts adults like Kim, with varying disabilities to learn technology skills in an inclusive environment. This group of 'HandyTechs' volunteer their time to recycle and refurbish donated computers for redistribution in the community. The HandyTech Program is volunteer-driven and requires no fee from participants. It relies on the generosity of the community to fun...