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When using Apple devices or Apple services, Apple requires an “Apple ID” to make everything work. An Apple ID is basically your Apple account that’s used for everything from logging in to iCloud to making purchases to getting support to tracking your lost devices and items with Find My.
An Apple ID authenticates your identity and is required whenever you log into an Apple device to keep everything synced up. Making an Apple ID is entirely free, and this guide features everything you need to know about signing up and using your Apple ID.
Tech Tips Video Tutorials
Video conferencing, which is sometimes referred to as web conferencing, is a live meeting or webinar between two or more people online. You can use video conferencing tools to connect with family, friends, and more. There are many tools you can use to meet with an individual or a group online. Watch this video for instructions on how to use Zoom for the first time!
Equipment that assists with day-to-day medical needs is an important component of health and wellness care for many older adults. Learn about the equipment that can be used in your home to support you and add quality to your life. Join us for a discussion on the variety of options available and how to access them.
Are you or someone you know new to using an iPhone? Check out these easy-to-follow instructions for getting started making and receiving calls.
Technology devices are increasingly important to the safety, happiness, and well-being of older adults. Learn about some of the best technology tools to help older adults live their best life and give them the confidence they need to safely use technology devices.
Shed Light on Your Pain (Low Level Light Therapy)
Low-level light therapy is effective in treating numerous medical conditions and associated symptoms. Regardless of the condition for which it is used, LLLT has pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties, and it promotes faster healing. Watch this session to gain a better understanding of how this non-invasive procedure can benefit you.
Disability Support Documentation Solutions
In the world of healthcare, it is often said “If you didn’t write it down, it didn’t happen.” If you are you tired of ‘telling’ others how much work you do as a caregiver, join us to learn about the benefits of a more comprehensive approach to documentation.