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Cohoes High School Students to Help Local Seniors

On Tuesday, January 10th Cohoes Multi-Service Senior Center will kick off a new inter-generational program at the senior center. Every Tuesday at 3:30PM, Cohoes High School Honor Society students will come the Cohoes Senior Center to work one-on-one with Cohoes seniors to help them better understand how to use current technology. Each hour long session will be broken into two parts, a 30 minute Tech 101 training class, and also a 30 minute question and answer portion designed for seniors who have specific questions about using their computer, smart phone, tablet, or other technological devices.

Sessions to be held on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 4:30. If interested please contact Beth Slezak at 518-235-2420.


Cohoes students help seniors understand technology


Cohoes high schoolers teaching senior citizens how to use modern technology


year we ask you to share a part of your heart through a donation to our Meals on Wheels program so that no senior in this community goes hungry.

(CNN)Debbie Case held an insulated bag with two packaged meals — a sandwich wrap and fruit for lunch, a burrito and cauliflower for dinner.

"You're going to eat well today," Case told 75-year-old Dave Kelly as she handed him the meals. Kelly lost his sight about two years ago and reluctantly gave up cooking.


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“Adult Day Services, Congregate Dining, Home Delivered Meals, and Transportation services are funded in large part through support from the
Albany County Department for Aging,
the New York State Office for Aging,
and the Administration on Aging
Additional support for these program and support for other programs offered comes from donors and community businesses like you.”


Cohoes Multi-Service Senior Citizen Center, Inc.
10 Cayuga Plaza
Cohoes, NY 12047
(518) 235-2420 * Fax: (518) 235-1624
Email: info@cohoesseniorcenter.org

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