Good Morning America: 91-Year-Old Former Teacher Shares Best Advice for Graduating Seniors Amid COVID-19
With high school at a halt amid the COVID-19 pandemic, residents from Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay are offering life lessons to members of the 2020 graduating class from Frank W. Cox High School in Virginia Beach.
"We know these students [will miss] graduation so we want to support them," 91-year-old Neola Waller told "Good Morning America. "I think this is exciting."
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KMAX: Good Day Sacramento
Birdsong CEO Ben Unkle talks to KMAX's Good Day Sacramento reporter Dina Kupner about how to keep seniors engaged and connected during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WPVI-TV6: The Art of Aging - Staying Connected Using the Birdsong Tablet
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, many people are relying even more on technology to stay connected. For some older adults, navigating new technology can be a challenge. Pamela Edwards of Philadelphia's WPVI-TV6's Art of Aging shares how the Birdsong Tablet makes it easier for seniors to keep boredom at bay and stay connected with loved ones and the world around them.
WTKR TV3: CEO Ben Unkle Shares Tips for Keeping Seniors Engaged
Now more than ever, it is important to reach out to older loved ones and friends to make sure they are not feeling isolated. CEO Ben Unkle shares tips with WTKR Reporter Erica Greenway for keeping seniors engaged and connected during the COVID-19 quarantine.