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One of the more startling realities that senior citizens are faced with nowadays is trying to keep up with their grandchildren, preferably in the technology category. One woman who was asked about how she copes with trying to keep up with her own grandchildren felt “embarrassed and humiliated to be so technologically illiterate in the Information Age.” (Senior: It’s Never Too Late to Learn) This is just one example of a grandmother who felt like she just couldn’t keep up; unfortunately, she’s not alone. Due to the widespread amounts of senior citizens trying to become more and more updated each day with the newest technology, many areas have began offering classes, such as the “Highland Park Learning Center for senior citizens in the neighborhood so they can keep up with their grandchildren.” (Senior: It’s Never Too Late to Learn) Unfortunately for grandparents today it is a necessity for them to stay connected with the newest technologies, not only for their sake in keeping up-to-date with the ever-changing world we all live in, but also helping them connect with their grandchildren on more personal levels. It just goes to show that “you’re never too old to try something new.” (Senior: It’s Never Too Late to Learn) A recent study taken by the University of Massachusetts Lowell, found that apple products might in fact increase the production in the brain of the essential neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which basically results in improved memory. Therefore, it
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