Slowly But Surely

17 Jan Slowly But Surely

The next time you find yourself exasperated about the length of time a senior citizen takes to perform a task and wondering about their mental acuity, think again. Current studies have shown quite the contrary: the fact that an elder requires more time to respond or complete a task can actually demonstrate a healthy cognitive acuity.

Scientists conducted studies wherein both university students and 60plus adults were given a set of tasks to perform. Results reflected that, though the elderly participants generally had longer response times, they proved to be just as accurate as their younger counterparts. Even when an increase of speed was a determining factor, the accuracy of the aged did not seem to be affected. It was concluded that it was not a decreased mental aptitude that created the delayed response times, but rather the individual's diligence to ensure tasks were completed correctly.

Whether slower or more accustomed to operating at a quicker pace, InTouchLink can be a great asset to any elder user. Its easy-to-use design allows for a fun and safe online experience. InTouchLink software designers have made the program foolproof when it comes to accessing email, engaging in webcam conversations with friends and loved ones, browsing the web, maintaining a calendar – even managing photo albums. Users who reside in seniors communities that currently subscribe to InTouchLink, also have the added capability to check daily menus, activity schedules and communities news!

Keeping up with the grandchildren need not be an overwhelming chore! By signing up today for a free trial, you can experience first-hand the ease and comfort of staying “in touch” at your own pace.

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