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About Mike, and Places He's Taught

 E-mail: ourseniorhelp@att.net

Well...Mike's on the eastside 2018. Thirteen students total.
Some were a bit camera shy!


(One student enjoyed it so much, he brought his clown nose! Can your find him in the picture?)


Glad you're here!

My name is Mike and I am an author and computer instructor who has trained thousands of seniors and adults in over 40 cities in Southeast Michigan over the last 15 years. I have taught at colleges, many senior centers, public libraries, adult and community education institutions, and independent senior living facilities.

My Experience Working with Seniors and Adults



















Here are places I have taught at (or currently teach at) over the last

12 years (with overall excellent ratings) and you might have run into me:

  • Ann Arbor Community Education (seniors)

  • Berkley Parks and Recreation (seniors)

  • Bloomfield Twp. Senior Center

  • Brighton Community Education

  • Canton Public Library

  • Canton Summit & Leisure Services (seniors)

  • Chippewa Valley Community Education (seniors)

  • Civic Park Senior Center - Livonia (seniors)

  • Clarkston Senior Center

  • Clawson Senior Center

  • Clinton Township Senior Center

  • Dearborn Centennial Library

  • Dearborn Heights Caroline Kennedy Library
    (filled in and taught a class)

  • Ferndale Community Education

  • Ford (William) Center

  • Grosse Ile Center (seniors)

  • Hamtramck Public Library

  • Hazel Park Library

  • Henry Ford Community College

  • Henry Ford Comm. Coll. in association
    with the State Government, and
    Michigan Works! (Authored a book
    for HFCC M-TEC & Michigan Works!,
    and taught all Government-
    sponsored “No Worker Left Behind”
    computer classes in Michigan)

  • Henry Ford Village Independent Living

  • Huntington Woods Parks and Recreation

  • Independence Township Senior Center

  • Jewish Community Center (Southfield)

  • Livonia Community Education

  • Livonia Library (Carl Sandburg)

  • Marygrove College

  • Northville Parks and Rec. (seniors)

  • Oak Park Parks and Recreation (seniors)

  • Plymouth-Canton Community Education

  • Rockwood Senior Center

  • Royal Oak Library

  • S.E.M.C.O. (Southeast Michigan Computer Organization)

  • S.O.A.R. (Society of Active Retirees)

  • Saline Community Education

  • Senior Services - Midland County, MI

  • Schoolcraft College

  • South Lyon Center for Active Adults

  • Southfield Library (in conjunction with Southfield Senior Rec.)

  • Southfield Senior Recreation

  • St. Clair Shores Community Education

  • Sterling Heights Computer Club

  • Sterling Heights Senior Center

  • Trenton Library

  • Utica Community Education

  • Wayne County Community College

  • Wayne-Westland Community Schools

  • West Bloomfield Senior Center

  • Westland Library

  • Westland Senior Center

Here are Additional Centers
Who Have Expressed Interest:

  • Carman-Ainsworth Center, Flint

  • Centerline Library

  • Prime Time Senior Center, Lansing

  • Oakland Community College, Auburn Hills

  • Orchard View Community Education, Muskegon

  • Orion Lake Parks and Recreation

  • Rochester Community Schools

  • Springfield Parks and Recreation

  • St. Clair Community College

  • St. Clair Shores Senior Center

  • Taylor Library (expected to teach. Snow day)

  • White Lake Library


Can't Attend Mike's Sessions...?

Then Purchase Any of His
Self-Guided "Step-by-Step Books"!

(Click on the word "ORDER" above)

 E-mail: ourseniorhelp@att.net

My book: "Help! I Have a Computer and the 8-year Old Is Too Busy This Weekend!" was birthed as a result of seeing seniors (and adults) struggle to comprehend computer basics. (The book is for Windows 10 users.)


Oh, yes...I've heard the stories. Let me see...It goes something like this: "I sat down with my grandchild to learn a few computer related things, and they went so fast until I couldn't keep up!" Or how about this one: "I had my secretary do all the computer related work over the years and now I am retired and I need to learn this thing!" I wish I had a dollar for every time I heard those sayings!


I have responded to the needs of seniors and adults by authoring this book just for you! You no longer need to rely on someone from generation X and millennials' generation  to help you with learning computer tasks! As you know they certainly know computers, but often they are not good teachers. This is where I come in! I consider myself your "tutor-in-a-book", meaning I have given thought to what seniors really need to operate their computers successfully. I think I got it: SIMPLE STEPS! My book has been tested and enjoyed by several hundreds of seniors over the years. Get a copy! Maybe get two for someone else you know.