coz people over 50 dont work on it!! ditto with TV guides. Takes me ages to compile one on line for mum (then she cant work the tv so its a bit fruitless) Also as mobiles get smaller they can be harder and harder for older people to use.Grannie G said:I`ve always wondered why a magazine like Saga, for people over 50, is in the smallest print of any magazines. I used to get it but stopped when the print became too small. I wrote to them but didn`t get a reply.
that seems like a lot of money for a Pay as You go Phone. There are also theseLila13 said:there's one in the Help the Aged catalogue that looks suitable
http://www.helptheaged.org.uk/en-gb/OnLineShop/Utility/Product.htm?CatalogNavigationBreadCrumbs=House and Home;Household Equipment&CS_ProductID=U-79-01&CS_Category=&CS_Catalog=House and Home
(wonder if that works)
the guy in the photo!!jenniferpa said:And there is http://www.firststreetonline.com/expanded.jsp?image=01334
Although probably only available in the US
I agree Maggie (re unable to learn new things)
Yes I do agree with that , but someone with dementia is a different issue , I know its not they fault, but the disease preventing them from retaining new information.I think most children are better with mobiles, indeed anything 'high tech' than most adults!
Not bad lookingthe guy in the photo!!
Am I looking at the right web page? Not exactly the diet coke manMargarita said:Just seen the man Not bad looking