USA Today: AARP program hopes to bridge tech gap

AARP announced plans today to help bridge the gap between old and new technology for the 50-plus crowd.

The program, called AARP TEK (Technology, Education and Knowledge), includes an online platform and hands-on education sessions that will help older folks understand how to navigate new hardware, software and social media. The goal of AARP TEK is to “give the 50-plus audience the skills and confidence to use technology and stay connected.”

Read the full article in USA Today here.

Visit the AARP TEK – Technology Education Center here.

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