Technology: Opening doors for seniors

Perhaps the main problem for seniors is where on earth did we leave our phones?

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February 4, 2016 17:20
Technology for seniors

A quiet corner for the technology basics. (photo credit: WENDY BLUMFIELD)

 
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In the doorway of the printing shop I use for my posters and teaching materials, there was a life-size cardboard stand-up figure of a stereotypical grandmother, complete with a frizzy perm topped by a felt hat, a long dowdy coat and sensible laced-up shoes.

The message under the figure was: Poor Savta can’t cope with the digital age, let us make her an album of her grandchildren’s pictures.

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