Rockland Trust has donated a senior friendly computer to the Doolittle Home. The donation will enable families and Doolittle Home residents to Skype via video chat to loved ones who live a distance from here.
“We are grateful for the generous support of Rockland Trust,” stated DeAnna Willis, Executive Director of Doolittle Home. “Their donation will help residents communicate and interact with families living far away who may not have been able to physically visit.”
Today, Jeanne Travers, Marketing, Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation and Mark Coletta, Foxboro’s Assistant Vice President personally toured Doolittle Home. ” It’s wonderful that residents will be able to speak with grand kids and family who live far away. When I got married, my grandma was able to be a part of the wedding through my ipad and the Skype application. Now residents of Doolittle Home will be able to do this too.” Mark said.
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