Elder Network Offers Technology Assistance

Dec 17, 2021 | Nick Rethemeier | @nrethemeier | Comments (1)

 

Elder Network, a local non-profit is offering a new Technology Assistance Program for those 55 and better. This program provides an iPad, free internet access and a volunteer as well as technical support to assist seniors to learn the skills needed to use the iPad and apps with confidence. Seniors will be able to  stay connected with family and friends via video chat and accomplish important tasks such as accessing telehealth, ordering groceries on line, sending e-mail and even attending educational or physical activity classes on-line.

For more information, check out their flyer, email them at tech@elder-network.org or give them a call at (507) 285-5272.

For more information on Elder Network programming, visit their website.

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