Times sure have changed with social distancing. Many of us haven’t been able to enjoy some of our favorite experiences as we attempt to do our part to limit the spread of coronavirus. Not being able to go shopping, can make gift-giving a bit harder.
However, there has never been a better time to gift — an experience. Experiences make excellent gifts because they are lifelong memories that stay with us forever, and can go on to teach us a new skill, something more about ourselves, or help us discover a new passion.
GetSetUp provides remote live training on online tools and apps geared towards the 50+ demographic. Many 50+ adult learners are often less tech-savvy than younger members of the population and are especially vulnerable to being disconnected.
GetSetUp offers “re-skilled” retired educators as Guides to train their peers in online tools and other classes to help them feel more independent and up-to-date. Classes are taught as overviews, small groups, or one-to-one classes so that students learn at their own pace in a supportive environment. These classes help to ensure users understand interfaces, apps, and technologies to ensure confidence, ease of use, and independence.
These are just 30 of our favorite reasons to give GetSetUp as your next gift. However, if you need more sign up for our newsletter to learn even more of the exciting reasons why GetSetUp experiences make exceptional gifts.
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