We partner with an extraordinary range of institutions, from local neighborhood associations to the New York Public Library, AARP Foundation and the City of New York.
Comcast expanded Internet Essentials to seniors in five pilot markets across the country, and engaged OATS as a partner to evaluate the pilot and create a national rollout strategy for the program.
Capital One engaged OATS as a partner to help create a new educational program designed to encourage older adults to access the benefits of online and mobile banking.
OATS developed and delivered a customized six-session course for older adult library members at NYPL branches.
OATS helped secure $2.7 million in federal stimulus funds through the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program.
Maimonides enlisted OATS to help develop a three-month program to install laptops in the homes of 24 frail older adults.
The AARP Foundation asked OATS to help develop a pilot program to leverage volunteer labor to provide training on iPads to low-income, socially isolated older adults.