Adorable new documentary teaches old people how to be tech savvy
Suffice it to say the younger generation is well versed in the world of tech but the older generation, not so much. A new documentary called 'Cyber-Seniors' explores a group of senior citizens learning the ins and outs of technology through the tutelage of teens.
'Cyber-Seniors' is the brainchild of two teenage sisters who were inspired by how the internet changed their grandparents lives.
The doc pairs technologically clueless seniors with tech savvy teens to show the elderly everything from how to use email to what on Earth a Youtube is.
The seniors even participated in amazing videos for the Cyber-Seniors Corner Youtube page.
The documentary aims to bridge the generation gap when it comes to tech.
Maybe now you can get your Grandmom to stop shouting into the receiver every time you call her "long distance" and you can thank a group of patient teens and eager elders.
The full documentary is available on iTunes and Youtube.
Watch the full trailer below:
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