Tap into IT Where You Are has helped over 300 elderly folks get online and stay online every year for the last nine years. The customers have been very complimentary about the services we provide, as you will see from the testimonials below.
Please take a minute to read these testimonials and if you know of an elderly person that would benefit from our help, get in touch via our contact form or by telephoning Mike Ellis on 07505 555 011.
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Learned a lot of different things – even made labels for my Christmas cards and I have organised my photos. I have also found out about the NHS. Thankfully, don’t need it yet! Social side very good. Great fun Christmas party.
Everyone’s really patient and happy to explain things over and over again. Cake and coffee is good, too.
I come to the club for company and I learn about the laptop at the same time.
Thank you so much for such a rewarding session yesterday. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. Next week can’t come quick enough for me.
Best thing I have ever done coming to the club. Should have done it a long time ago. I didn’t feel confident enough about coming but now, even when I am in the house, I enjoy my ‘iPad’. I am on What’s App and the other day I talked to my daughter for about an hour.
Informal. Informative. Involving.
Assistance in problem solving when things go wrong. Technical help. Opportunity to socialise with other residents.
Helpful space to work on emails and web. Assistance when needed. All in pleasant surroundings.
All these volunteers come in and you always get someone to help you if you need help. I used to have an awful lot of problems which I wrote down on a list. I don’t have them anymore. There’s always someone to help you and people you’re sitting beside can often tell you something too.
I never knew you could get so much information from a tablet. I have found it of great benefit being able to email my son in Australia. I feel more in contact with people because of this. I play solitaire and I use my tablet everyday for something. What I learn in the clubs I go home and practise. I love the music. It is easier than taking out all my CD’s.
Just a wee thank you for sending us Ann & Gerry on a Zoom call. They have made a big difference to us both. Just an amazing pair. So very nice. More than pleased to see & hear them on a Monday morning. Makes our day so much better. So what can I say but yet another thank you again.
We delivered a gift parcel to Ian this week after which he emailed to thank me. This is a breakthrough as he said he has been trying to email me for a few months but for some reason it didn’t work. Next step is a zoom call which he said he can do as well. It will be good for me and his befriending volunteer to be able to video call him, so this has been great for us. Thanks very much for your help with him and with the other older people I’ve referred. Can you also pass on my thanks to Ian’s IT volunteer Lesley.
Just finished interviews and all went well no hitches. Thanks again for your patience and help.
Just want to say a Big Thanks to you for your prompt service and expert help, you really got me through a worrying situation. We had our usual chat this morning with our families who are abroad. Jack feels happier when he knows I have my phone with me when I am out on the Hills. Luckily I had it with me when I slipped on mud up Braid Hills and had to call for Help – 2 broken bones and torn ligaments in my ankle.
I wanted to let you know, that as a result of your recent practical help and explanations, I am enjoying using my computer and other devices once again. My confidence has returned as I am able to access the sites I regularly use with ease.
Thank you so much for your expertise, and for your patience which I did appreciate.