Technology for seniors


Submitted photos The Bellbrook Senior Center, along with students from Bellbrook High School, recently held a Senior Technology Camp. Bellbrook High School Class President Henry Wong facilitated the program along with Greene County Council On Aging Senior Center Liaison Tim Brickey. The purpose of the camp was to assist senior citizens with using their IPads, cell phones and install apps to their social media devices. The four-day camp also instructed seniors on how to connect with Facebook, Twitter and email to keep in touch with family and friends.


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The Bellbrook Senior Center, along with students from Bellbrook High School, recently held a Senior Technology Camp. Bellbrook High School Class President Henry Wong facilitated the program along with Greene County Council On Aging Senior Center Liaison Tim Brickey. The purpose of the camp was to assist senior citizens with using their IPads, cell phones and install apps to their social media devices. The four-day camp also instructed seniors on how to connect with Facebook, Twitter and email to keep in touch with family and friends.

Submitted photos The Bellbrook Senior Center, along with students from Bellbrook High School, recently held a Senior Technology Camp. Bellbrook High School Class President Henry Wong facilitated the program along with Greene County Council On Aging Senior Center Liaison Tim Brickey. The purpose of the camp was to assist senior citizens with using their IPads, cell phones and install apps to their social media devices. The four-day camp also instructed seniors on how to connect with Facebook, Twitter and email to keep in touch with family and friends.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_DSC_0031.jpgSubmitted photos The Bellbrook Senior Center, along with students from Bellbrook High School, recently held a Senior Technology Camp. Bellbrook High School Class President Henry Wong facilitated the program along with Greene County Council On Aging Senior Center Liaison Tim Brickey. The purpose of the camp was to assist senior citizens with using their IPads, cell phones and install apps to their social media devices. The four-day camp also instructed seniors on how to connect with Facebook, Twitter and email to keep in touch with family and friends.

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