In today’s fast paced digital world, technology has transformed the way we live, work and connect with the world around us. While these advancements have brought numerous benefits, they have also created a digital divide, leaving many older individuals feeling overwhelmed and disconnected
The Irish made Acorn Age-Friendly Tablet is fast becoming a solution to bridge this gap for older individuals across the country, with over 140 Organisations and community groups, such as HSE, Local Government, Libraries and NGOS, adopting this technology as a means to provide essential connectivity. The Acorn is particularly making a significant impact in communities allowing older adults to stay independent, informed and involved in their communities.
To play the video, explaining how organisations use the tablet – click on the image below
One of the key reasons behind the increasing popularity of the Acorn tablet is their simplicity. The Acorn was specifically created with the needs and preferences of older individuals in mind. Standout features include a larger text, colour coded design and easy to navigate screen making online communication and access to the internet a simple and rewarding experience for even the most inexperienced user.
“At the core of the Acorn is its ability to build confidence in the user. Allowing them access digital services and grow their digital abilities and knowledge easily and at their pace” said Philip Hogan CEO of Origin Care group the makers of the Acorn.
In an age where digital literacy is increasingly important, the Acorn tablet allows the user to stay connected, informed and engaged with the world around them. The support of organisations across the country signifies Ireland’s commitment to bridging the digital divide and creating an inclusive society for all generations.
For more information or to purchase the Acorn Age-Friendly Tablet,
Visit www.myacorn.ie or Call +353 85 888 1657