In this segment from Growing Bolder’s What’s Next, the hosts share some of their favorite social media influencers who are using their platforms to break stereotypes about aging and to spread a positive message. Do you have a favorite we didn’t highlight?
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Chat GPT, the groundbreaking conversational artificial intelligence is not just a tool for tech-savvy youth; it’s a game-changer for adults over the age of 50
In this clip from Growing Bolder’s What’s Next, Bret Wright, owner of gaming company The Tool Shed, shares how emerging…
Today, to be influential, you only need a smartphone, an internet connection, and a message that resonates to make a living for yourself and make a difference in the lives of others. Here’s to the new, older Women of Influence.
In addition to video calls, messaging, and photo sharing, GrandPad has now crafted an incredibly easy gaming platform to allow grandparents to play their favorite board games online with their grandchildren, starting with a cherished classic: checkers.
Across social platforms like TikTok, older adults are proving that age isn’t a barrier or limitation, but an opportunity.
There are now hundreds of new apps and websites designed specifically to create real-world relationships and foster new friendships. Here are five of our favorite apps and sites to find community.
When it comes to conversations about personal growth, this collection of pods will challenge, inspire and motivate you to become the best version of yourself as you continue Growing Bolder.
For some this means learning a new skill. For others, it might be losing a few pounds, making a new friend, or learning to budget better. No matter the path you’re walking on your own Growing Bolder journey, we can all take advantage of the resources available to make self-improvement easier. Here are a few of our favorite personal growth apps and websites.
Sharing photos is a great way to swap stories and connect with loved ones of all ages. GrandPad has created a tablet that makes it easier for older adults to get online and get in touch with their family.
GrandPad is a tablet specifically designed for older adults, which could also greatly benefit those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
Thanks to our ever-evolving digital world, it’s now easier than ever before to get online and get creative. While tangible creative outlets like painting, playing an instrument, crafting and cooking are wonderful ways to let your imagination run wild, don’t sleep on the many apps that are easy to use and can spice up your photos, drawing and designs online.
The benefits of connecting online and enjoying the great outdoors go hand-in-hand. GrandPad has created a tablet specifically to help older adults get online while staying active in their daily lives.