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1D recently spoke up about their love of the elderly community, and even auctioned off an autographed tee for the British Alzheimer’s Society. Here’s how you can show respect and give some thanks to the senior citizens in your life.
+ Get Your Grandparents Wired!
Only 53% of seniors are active online, which leaves nearly half of them totally disconnected from their loved ones and today’s super-wired society. DoSomething.org’s Grandparents Gone Wired campaign encourages young people to keep their elders up to speed with today’s technology. Not only will it help them stay in touch with their friends and family, but how funny would your grandparents’ Twitter accounts be?
+ Volunteer At A Local Retirement Home
Most retirement homes are happy to have individuals or groups in to brighten their residents’ days. Have a conversation, give a dance or arts and crafts lesson, or even perform with your band. On top of doing something kind, you may be surprised by the meaningful lessons you learn from people who’ve lived much longer than you have.
+ Join The Alzheimer’s Association
The Alzheimer’s Association is the nation’s largest organization devoted to Alzheimer’s care, support and research.
Follow the action links below if you’d like to get even more involved with the Alzheimer’s Association and Grandparents Gone Wired.
Grandparents Gone Wired
Help senior citizens become tech-savvy with Grandparents Gone Wired!
Learn more about how to give back with the Alzheimer's Association.