Helping the elderly in Malaysia keep up with technology


Senior citizens in Malaysia want to keep up with technology but feel that most people lack the patience to help them understand and remember how to use mobile applications and social media. — AZLINA BT ABDULLAH/The Star

Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, WhatsApp – most of us use a few, if not all, of these services.

We’re so used to today’s fast-moving technologies and social media that we tend to forget there are some for whom keeping up is a more challenging task.

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