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Our missionTeleHealth Access for Seniors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to provide seniors and low-income communities with devices, instructions, and free tech-support to connect them to their physicians via TeleHealth, friends and family using digital connectivity, and wellness tools via apps. We recognized that many seniors and low-income communities lacked devices for TeleMedicine appointments and connecting with their families, so we began collecting old devices to provide those patients via their physicians.We have now donated over 2900 devices across 26 states and raised over $140,000. Our team has over 400 volunteers already and has been featured by the New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, and other media outlets.The commitment involves collecting devices and funds for devices in North Carolina and potentially being involved with other parts of our mission like free tech-support and guides for seniors.EMAIL [email protected] TO LEARN MORE AND JOIN US!

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VOLUNTEER TO BRING SENIORS AND LOW-INCOME PATIENTS DIGITAL HEALTH ACCESS

TeleHealth Access for Seniors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to provide seniors and low-income communities with devices, instructions, and free tech-support to connect them to their physicians via TeleHealth, friends and family using digital connectivity, and wellness tools via apps. We recognized that many seniors and low-income communities lacked devices for TeleMedicine appointments… See full description
  • 16-18, Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • None
  • Individuals
  • Virtual, In-person, Answer Calls, Hotline Staff, Tech Support, Collect Donations
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About usTeleHealth Access for Seniors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to provide seniors and low-income communities with devices, instructions, and free tech-support to connect them to their physicians via TeleHealth, friends and family using digital connectivity, and wellness tools via apps. We recognized that many seniors and low-income communities lacked devices for TeleMedicine appointments and connecting with their families, so we began collecting old devices to provide those patients via their physicians.