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  • Aims to address the gap in digital division by providing low-income individuals with essential computer skills.
  • These individuals are currently facing health challenges due to economic constraints, limited access to healthcare services, and overall lack of familiarity in digital literacy.
  • At Wellspring Women’s Center, nearly 200 individuals are affected by this issue.
  • The Chromebook could be delivered in a flexible model such as in-person workshops, online tutorials, and 1:1 mentoring.
  • This approach ensures accessibility and empowerment of the participants to develop essential digital literacy skills to promote independence in their own health management.
  • The Chromebook can open gates to enhancing digital health literacy and access to health care. Additionally, to achieve overall quality of life and well-being of the underserved communities while fostering a sense of self-sufficiency, digital empowerment, and inclusivity.