Free Online Learning Available for Wyoming's Older Adults – Wyoming Department of Health

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December 2, 2021
The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) has arranged free access to a unique online learning opportunity, including live interactive classes, for older Wyoming residents.
Jeff Clark, Community Health Section manager with the WDH Aging Division, said the “GetSetUp” digital education platform is designed to help older adults bridge the digital divide, combat social isolation and live more connected lives.
“We want to encourage our older residents to regularly engage with technology for social, informational and medical reasons,” Clark said. “We want them to learn new things, meet new people and unlock new life experiences.”
GetSetUp offers more than 2000 live interactive classes offered around the clock and across diverse subject areas, including:
Clark said virtual classes are taught by older adults for other older adults, with more than 500 classes available weekly.
Because of the WDH Aging Division partnership with GetSetUp, the classes are free for state residents. The program is available online at To avoid fees, residents should use the coupon code “Wyoming” while booking classes.
“Continual learning is healthy for all of us,” Clark said. “The internet is a part of everyday life. It’s important that older adults feel safe and comfortable online. The classes this program offers will help do just that.”
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