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Free Digital Device Support for Seniors

March 31, 2020 April 2020 No Comments

Digital Seniors has made the decision to temporarily close the four Wairarapa hubs but we have moved to phone and video coaching. So we can still help you with your phones, iPads, chrome books etc.

We had a great vibe going at our hubs – thanks to the wonderful Seniors who came along each week, and it was great to see confidence build and grow. Some of the things we’ve helped with are:

  • Shopping for groceries, presents, and things we need without even going to the shops
  • Keeping up-to-date with what’s happening in the community, nationally and the world
  • Enjoying music, games, movies, virtual tours of museums etc
  • Seeing and talking with loved ones in any location as if they are beside you
  • ‘Manage my health’ and internet banking

Now we are in a period where we are keeping our distance from other people, technology becomes even more important. So if you need any help at all you now have three options:

  1. 1.Join us on Facebook – Digital Seniors Wairarapa. This will include all our updates and options to join group chats over coming weeks.
  2. 2.Call us on 0800 373 646.
  3. 3.Email us at sarah.wright@digitalseniors.co.nz

Technology can bring you joy, information, connection and convenience. And our services are free for Seniors. 

Contacts Phone 204 021 6705 www.digitalseniors.co.nz

Sarah Wright Community Manager 

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