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Tim Golden

Seniors and Technology

How can I keep up with my loved ones? Many of my clients face this dilemma. They grew up without personal computers or even, believe it or not, cell phones. I thought smart phones were the phones with buttons to push instead of a dial to turn. Nevertheless, if you want to keep up with the younger generation you have to learn to stay in touch using technology. There is absolutely nothing to fear.

Alex Le

What do millennials do in their spare time?

Top of the mornin’ Gwinnett Citizen readers! 

Millennials are a generation that embrace technology, but the truth is millennials enjoy a vast array of activities that do not include scrolling through their phones for hours. 

Carole Townsend

I’m a little late hopping on the Poke-train

Pokemon Go. That is the name of the game, these days. I’m a little late coming to the party, but the game became so popular, so fast, that I thought I’d better learn what I can about it. Never know when such knowledge will come in handy.

Carole Townsend

Vacuuming sure isn’t what it used to be

Technology amazes me. What it’s accomplished in my lifetime is simply fascinating. We have the world at our fingertips, in a tiny little smart-gadget that brings us more than a computer that occupied an entire 40-degree room used to do.

FODAC client Elizabeth King enjoying the mobility of the power chair she received from the organization.

FODAC and Georgia Agencies to provide assistive technology for seniors and disabled

Partnership between Non-Profit and Georgia’s Division of Aging Will Increase Independence and Community Engagement for Mobility-Impaired across the State

Stone Mountain – Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC), a non-profit organization providing over $10 million annually in home medical equipment (HME) and supplies to people with injuries and disabilities, today announced a partnership agreement with Georgia’s Division of Aging Services (DAS), a part of the state’s Department of Human Services (DHS).

(Left) Todd Wahl, Founder and President of the Drone Racing Club (DRC), and Chris Thomas, Founder of Multi GP-FPV Drone Racing League, doing an interview at the Atlanta Maker Faire 2015 Drone Racing Challenge.

Drone Racing is both fun and competitive

Peachtree Corners – Todd Wahl is passionate about a few things. First of course, is his young family. Todd and his wife have four children, and family activities from dinner to neighborhood walks, are a priority.

Stephen Brust, Webkat Design

Back from the brink!

Back from the brink!!! Yes that just might be the statement of the year. How many of you are suffering from website death. You know what I mean; when was the last time you completely overhauled your site?