Many of us are worried about our elders. It’s incredibly important that we protect them from the dangers of the COVID-19 virus, but as weeks stretch into months, we also need to keep loneliness and depression at bay until we can be together with them. Technology can provide a valuable resource to help our elderly population during this shelter-at-home period. For many elders, their computers and phones are their lifelines. But for others who rely heavily on younger, more tech-savvy relatives and friends to help them stay connected, technology can be a source of frustration.