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These Gadgets Are Great for Even the Least Tech-Savvy Senior

The quick advancement of technology has always presented a challenge to seniors, but never more so than over the past two decades. The digital revolution has proceeded at a breakneck pace. Technologies that seemed outlandish and alien to some older people just ten years ago have been completely eclipsed and made obsolete by rapid innovation.

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Internet Surfing 101: Tips for Seniors Just Starting Out Online

Wintertime, for many seniors, means less activity. But when bad weather and low temperatures keep seniors indoors, the ability to use a computer can provide distraction and offer a vital link to the outside world.

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Keep Memories, Not Clutter: The Right Way to Downsize Senior Living

It’s human nature to want to hold on to good memories; but when the accoutrements of those memories begin to encroach on living space, it can become a problem. Figuring out what to do with all the stuff that comes with a life well-lived is a reality that many a senior living in Cincinnati has had to face.

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Why Senior Living Needs Tech Ed: Surprises in Store for Landlines

We've all seen re-runs of Lassie.

There's trouble on the farm—Timmy's hurt. The heroic collie warns the family, and a well-placed ring from Mrs. Martin to Jenny the telephone operator brings the doctor and saves the day.

Over the past century, the land-based phone line has served as a primary avenue for communication and, in emergencies, a lifeline. Even in blackouts, landlines could be counted on to work; they carry their own electricity and are thus independent of the normal power grid. They were simple to operate and familiar.

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Technology Improves Senior Living for the Hearing Impaired

Senior living communities and plenty of public places have taken pains to be more accessible for Americans with visible disabilities like physical handicaps. Handicapped bathrooms, wheelchair accessible seating, and handicap parking can be found at every retirement community and office building in America.

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