Celebrate Seniors Month with The Hills Chamber

Published 9:00am 9 September 2022

Celebrate Seniors Month with The Hills Chamber
Words by Jodie Powell

The Hills & Districts Chamber of Commerce is celebrating Seniors’ Month and Get Online Week with a lunch and technology session.

Chamber Seniors’ Committee chair Judith Heindorff says the celebrations will coincide with a quarterly Seniors’ Lunch and members and non-members are welcome to attend either lunch, the free technology session led by Graham MacDermott or both.

The buffet roast lunch with baked vegetables starts at noon and includes bread rolls, dessert, tea and coffee, while the tech session starts at 1.45pm.

“After the Quarterly Seniors Lunch we will be offering a free afternoon tea combined with some simple discussions on using technology,” Judith says.

Texpert advice

“We have retained a highly credentialed technology tutor who has experience in working with seniors.

“His expertise is in helping seniors to build a healthier relationship with technology including computers, phones, tablets, laptops, TVs and audio devices.”

Graham MacDermott is the principal of The Tech Tutors, which he established specifically to provide affordable help for seniors.

Judith says Graham has a patient approach to teaching and can adapt teaching methods to suit each student.

|“His background includes over 35 years of various technology experience including 16 years in law enforcement,” she says.|

“Graham worked as a Detective in the Queensland Police Service where he developed skills in forensic computing.

“Graham became a trainer himself in forensic practices, teaching other officers these skills and has run many training courses related to technology.”

The lunch, which costs $25, and free tech event are on Thursday, October 20 at the the Arana Leagues Club Foundation Room.

To book for the lunch click here or for the technology session click here.

For more information contact Judith on 0431 159 921 or Leonard on 0417 883 688.

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