Tackling New Tech In The Golden Years

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Guests

Tom Kamber, Executive Director, OATS (Older Adults Technology Services)

Therese Willkomm, Author,Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes, Director New Hampshire's State Assistive Technology Program with the Institute of Disability at the University of New Hampshire

Smartphones, tablets and computers could help seniors stay connected to their communities and families. But a hefty price tag, steep learning curves, and designs meant for younger eyes and hands could keep some older adults from logging on. Guests discuss the best ways for seniors to tackle new technology, and how devices can be adapted to accommodate older users.

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