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Technology has become an increasingly essential tool for individuals to access information, goods and services, health and community programs, and social connections. For those providing information, goods, services, and programs, adapting to digital delivery requires knowledge, skills, and resources that can be a challenge for many non-profits and community partners to acquire. Organizations serving older adults may be further challenged when many of those most in need of support have limited access to digital technology and are not literate in its use.
In this Group, we will share ideas, solutions and evidence-based and emerging practices, and explore common links and synergies in using technology as a tool to better assist and support older adults to live independently in their community.