Daphne Lee Teaches Dallas Area Mature Adult Tech Classes
Making Technology Fun and Manageable for Senior Adults
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Start Your Tech Learning Journey At Age 50+ and Beyond
Daphne Lee, owner of Mature Adults Tech Training MATT is the innovative and popular Senior Tech Instructor at CC Young’s The Point. Daphne instructs mature adults ages 50+ in the use of everyday critical technology.
“This has been the most fun I’ve ever had learning computer use!”
– Mature Adults Tech Training Student
Daphne is an energetic tech trainer who has successfully developed and taught technical training classes and various training(s) for the past 15 years. As a certified IT professional, Daphne Lee trains in all areas of modern technology.
Daphne Lee’s Mature Adults Tech Training classes are located in Plano and the Dallas area. Her Dallas area training classes for ages 50+ range from smart phones to iPad and netbooks to web apps. And in 2023, Daphne’s in-demand classes include AI Artificial Intelligence and more.
The Point Senior Tech Classes at CC Young, Dallas
At CC Young’s The Point in Dallas, senior adults can learn about AI and other critical modern technology. The Point is a 20,000 square foot center of activity for CC Young residents and the general public ages 55+.
Brian Parman is the visionary Director at The Point programs at CC Young. He is creating transformative and innovative learning experiences for mature adults ages 55+ at CC Young Senior Living in Dallas TX. His creative spirit and unwavering commitment to redefining senior living have elevated the CC Young experience; making it truly exceptional. With an unwavering passion for crafting unique and educational experiences, Brian Parman is at the forefront of transforming the senior living and learning landscape.
Check out membership at The Point and become tech savvy by enrolling in one of the Senior Tech classes at The Point.
In Daphne Lee’s senior tech classes at The Point – mature students learn to Instagram with grandchildren, figure out what ‘that’ button does on cell phones and can learn to refine digital photography skills.
In Daphne Lee’s Classes –
Mature Students Move From Afraid to ‘Ahh!’
In Daphne Lee’s classes – the goal is to move seniors from “afraid to ahh.” As a former employee of EDS and a longtime technology advisor to mature adults, Ms. Lee has had her highest-class attendance around this topic.
“Daphne showed me shortcuts that I use every day to increase my tech use!”
– Mature Adults Tech Training Student
Daphne’s classes have a curriculum that provides adult learners with the information they want – when they are ready to use it.
Be Your Own Computer Guru!
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR TECH
In 2023, the new tech on the block is AI: Artificial Intelligence.
Daphne Lee explains AI Artificial Intelligence as “a vast array of technology”- explaining its usages, the key players in the landscape, and its downfalls.
The trick is to keep learning how to harness technology and then use it to enhance your life.
The first step is to start by learning about it.
Daphne Lee, Mature Adults Tech Training
In Daphne Lee’s classes, senior adults learn to use AI tools practically – such as constructing thank you notes.
Other practical uses for AI include:
· Finding information on managing pain.
· Mapping out travel plans.
· Creating menus.
· Decorating or managing finances.
Daphne likes Google Bard because it uses more recent information (ChatGPT only uses information available through 2021); and because Bard organizes information better.
AI: A New Way to Organize and Use Information
Using generative AI tools gives older adults a new kind of productivity. For example, Daphne used Google Bard to write an article that once took 10 hours. With her AI companion tool, writing the article now takes two hours.
For senior adults worried about the bias and misinformation that AI tools can produce – Daphne Lee stresses that individuals must find and compare the sources they trust with the content created.
“It takes a village to understand what is happening,” she said.
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