SeniorTechZone.com is a platform designed to help seniors, their families and caregivers navigate the world of personal technology. At SeniorTechZone.com, We coach older adults how to use devices such as tablets, streaming services, smartwatches, and the multitude of apps that can make life more engaging and fun, even virtual reality.
We understand the challenges of keeping up with the constantly evolving technology landscape. That’s why we created SeniorTechZone.com – to provide a helpful and accessible service for seniors in our community. Our 40 years of technology experience makes us well-equipped to help seniors overcome their technology fears and embrace the many benefits these devices have to offer.
From streaming movies and podcasts to staying connected with loved ones, personal technology has the power to greatly enhance a person’s life. And at SeniorTechZone.com, we’re here to help make that happen!
We’ll soon offer group classes and workshops at senior centers and community facilities for residents, clients and staff. In the meantime, anyone can access our helpful articles, quizzes and tutorials on our website.
As you know, technology is becoming more and more integral in our daily lives. But for seniors, it can be overwhelming and confusing. Whether it be through health and fitness apps to track their physical activity or virtual reality experiences to keep them socially engaged, I believe that technology has the power to transform their lives for the better.
Our focus is always on making sure seniors feel comfortable and confident with their technology, so they can enjoy all the benefits it has to offer. So if you’re interested in helping your senior loved ones stay connected and engaged, please contact us at SeniorTechZone.com. Leave a Message at (360) 362-5969 or click here to use the contact form. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
WHO WE ARE
Gary Bryant – Founder
As a child, Gary began building rocket ships from old washing machines in his parent’s backyard. Later in the 1980s, he invented the original joystick dual port for Commodore Computer and subsequently programmed the first digital synthesis office suite, TalkTools for the Amiga platform. After several years working for a Palo Alto technology consultancy and before spawning dozens of web brands and businesses, Gary founded Time Pilot, a pre-Web interactive gaming magazine. Futurist, tech nerd, and perennial kid@heart, today you’ll find Gary helping folks get a leg up on personal technology.