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[Logo: CompuPlace]Roof over laptop showing on screen a Universal symbol of access zooming On the Go

CompuPlace: Serving People With Disabilities

[Photo: Robin, CompuPlace Director]

Robin Switzer Brunner, Director 601 Second Avenue SE #3 Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 (319) 362-4284

[Logo: Ecumenical Community Center] ECC acronym Incorporated Within CrossHatches]

A ministry of the Ecumenical Community Center Foundation

Rev. 08/11/16

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[Photo: Pleased Gentleman with Headphones working in a busy Computer lab]

Technology opens doors of opportunity. It helps people with disabilities overcome obstacles, communicate more effectively, & maximize independence.

Literacy & Lifelong Learning

[Photo: A Devotted Volunteer listening to the family member of a CompuPlace Client]

Our programs support families


[Photo: Two Hands in a Vigorous High Five]
[Photo: Ladies Enjoying Computing Together]
[Photo: Gentleman with Triumphant Smile]

CompuPlace Celebrates Each Success

Started in 1988 as Compuplay to provide a computer resource center for people with disabilities We moved to the Ecumenical Community Center in 2000, and became known as

[Photo: Old Ecumenical Community Center Entrance at 1035 3rd Avenue Southeast]

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities through computer-related activities that are both educational & recreational.

We provide a caring,computer-based learning environment.

Fun Training & Brain Exercise in an Atmosphere of Encouragement & Success

Discover & Reinforce Skills!

Post-Secondary Enrichment to Continue Lifelong Learning

Individual & Group Sessions Available

Computer Classes also Available to Community Groups as Fundraisers

Hands-on Training Sessions for Staff & Families are Available to Support & Assist with Computer Use

Contact Us for Information & Appointments
& to Help with Your Tax-Deductible Gift

A computer learning center for people of all ages with disabilities

Sessions tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual - stimulating literacy, language, reasoning, money, academic, social & creative skills, as well as information-age computer skills.

We collaborate with clients, family and other caregivers, and professionals, services and organizations.

[Photo: Gentleman working on typical Computer Skills]

Internet access & e-mail help individuals keep in touch with family, friends, news & info.

Can you teach or assist in the lab?

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CompuPlace Support & ECCF General Funds Received in 2015 by these Churches:

ECCF Board Members

The Generosity of Other Individuals
& Our Clients & their Families

We offer classes to groups as fundraisers!

We do ask clients to contribute a small portion of the cost of providing services if they are able

You Can Sponsor an Individual
who is Eager to Learn for
$25 per month or $300 per year

Give a Gift of JOY & Lifelong Learning!