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Top tips to help your elderly family members avoid scams

Every year, the elderly and seniors become the number one target of financial fraudsters as they don’t know how modern technology works. To protect your parents and grandparents from scammers and con artists, it is essential to make them aware of such problems and teach them how to protect themselves. Follow the tip...

How to get your elderly non tech-savvy parent started with social media on a smart device

Introducing your elderly parents to the world of social media can cure their boredom and help them regain their sense of wonder. It’s not so difficult once you set up a suitable smart device and configure their social media accounts. Teach them slowly by starting with the basics and be patient too. Follow the steps b...

The 5 Best Tech Gift Ideas for the Elderly

Sending useful gifts to your elderly loved ones during their birthday, a holiday, or any other special occasion can be a great way to express your love. Typical gifts for elderly include tea sets, home decorating supplies, shavers, household accessories, framed family photos, books with large text, gardening...

Guidelines to teach your elderly parents how to video call with different apps

Whether it’s the pandemic or during regular times, teaching your elderly parents to video call can help them to connect with you and get on the family video conference. It’s a fulfilling experience that fills you with pride both for your parents and for you. However, it requires time, patience, and persistence...

A guide to teaching elderly parents how to use a smartphone

Have you ever wondered how eight-year-olds can intuitively use smartphones whereas seniors with rich life experience find it difficult to understand them? The elderly are ‘digitally unprepared’ because they grew up without the help of such technology. Teaching them can be difficult but it is important if you don...