Seniors in Broken Arrow embrace technology in community class

Seniors Tech Up: A Step into the Future with Broken Arrow Senior Center’s ‘Step into Technology’ Event

Recently, the Broken Arrow Senior Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma hosted a “step into technology” event for seniors to learn about their smartphones. During the event, volunteers taught participants how to use their phones for tasks like taking photos, managing contacts, and making calls. Attendees like Loreita Belding were excited to learn new skills and had a great time at the event.

Volunteers provided one-on-one sessions where participants could ask questions and receive personalized help with their devices. Joan Lock enjoyed learning about camera functions and storage on her iPhone during one of these sessions. Everyone received tips on taking selfies and clearing storage to optimize their phones.

The event was organized by Ami Bucher, the senior center’s manager. Bucher emphasized the importance of patient instruction and ongoing practice for learning new technology. The positive feedback from participants has prompted the center to plan future technology learning events to continue supporting seniors in their tech education.

Overall, the “step into technology” event was a valuable opportunity for seniors to improve their technology skills and have fun at the same time. With more events like this in the future, seniors can continue to stay connected and engaged with technology in their daily lives.

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