For All Your Computer Needs

Technology for Independent Senior Living

While collecting thoughts for this article, I remembered Dr. Robert Iadeluca, who was living on his own until a few weeks before he passed away last summer at the age of 98. Every day he did a handful of things on his desktop computer: he read the New York Times, checked his emails, read the latest Facebook posts, researched on the web for information, and wrote articles which were also published in this magazine. Read more at Piedmont Lifestyle.