SENIOR CITIZENS CAN AND DO
SURF THE WEB
The adage that “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” simply doesn't carry much weight any more. This especially applies to senior citizens and computers. More and more, grand-parents and great grand parents want to be able to e-mail the grand-kids, swap fishing tales with their old Army buddies or do that research on their family history.
Computers allow them to do all of this and more but they often don’t know where to start or what to look out for. Technology has changed the world in so many ways and older people sometimes have a hard time keeping up with things like hardware and software.
We're Here to Help
If you or someone you know wants to learn how use a PC in their golden years, Parsonage Data Services offers instruction, training and support for senior citizens. We’re the ones to call when you’re just getting started or want to take your PC skills to the next level. We’ll provide the training you need as well as suggest hardware and software options for those with disabilities or other limitations.
We can provide on-site or remote help and can take over much of the ordinary maintenance and support that younger users think nothing of doing themselves. We’ve been supporting users for a quarter of a century and are ready to help you or your loved one make the most of their time and PC.
Parsonage Data Services has partnered with lynda.com to offer a wide array of online training videos - just the thing to help the Senior in your life learn to use today's software technology. We're here to help guide them though Lynda's online training and to help answer questions and clarify concepts. Lynda.com and Parsonage Data Services make a great training team!
To Get Started . . .
to learn how we can help senior citizens make the most of their PC. We will even assist with hardware purchasing and set-up if needed. Don't let your loved one miss out on the fun!