Cyber-Seniors Mentors
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A humorous and heart-warming documentary directed by Saffron Cassady

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Pledge your time to help a senior in your community learn to use technology today by filling out the form below or by logging in with Facebook. Tell us how and who you want to help get online and you will become eligible for a monthly draw for a $50 Amazon gift card!Your commitment will help build stronger communities by eliminating the digital divide and connecting generations! 

Latest Press

Program helps seniors use the internet to stay connected

By Susan Hay. Anchor/Producer Watch Video Here. TORONTO- Cyber Seniors, an educational campaign, tries to help older adults stay connected by teaching them how to use the internet. Macaulee and Kasha Cassaday started the Cyber Seniors program and try to encourage older adults to tackle technology and give youth with a way to give back

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Going Viral …

“I was raised by my grandparents,” Barrett Goldberg told Hollywood on the Potomac. “I’ve always had a connection to an older generation. I actually feel more comfortable around older people. When I’m working with older people, I see my grandparents.”

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Feature: HIS Radio

His Radio features your favourite Contemporary Christian Music and has been serving the Carolinas and Georgia for almost 30 years. Listen to Radio Personality & Endurance Athlete Rob Dempsey discuss the Cyber-Seniors documentary.

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Grandma might be friending you on Facebook

A new documentary all the way from Canada potentially has the opportunity to make a generational impact on Polk County’s small town seniors. The Stromsburg Civic Center and Polk County Senior Services have teamed up to bring “Cyber-Seniors — Connecting Generations,” a comical, touching, frustrating, educational documentary about bridging the technology gap between senior citizens and seniors in high school.

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