BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — Local seniors got help getting in sync with technology, thanks to a generous donation from the Ramsey Family Foundation. The family donated an iPad and Mac computers to Morning Pointe of Brentwood’s Generations Connected program — a series of classes designed to help seniors stay connected with family and friends using the latest devices.

Seniors interested in the class are recommended to bring their own tablet, smartphone or other device. But those who do not have the equipment can now use the gifts donated to the assisted living and memory care community.

As part of Morning Pointe’s life enrichment program, the residents and seniors in the greater community engage in activities designed to keep them up to date with the latest trends.

Generations Connected meets every second and fourth Thursday of the month at 3 p.m., at the assisted living community, located at 1522 Wilson Pike in Brentwood.

Businesses interested in donating tablets and smartphones can call (615) 285-3455.

Photo: Katie Goslak, Mary Cameron McFarlane, Lynn Elder, community relations director at Morning Pointe of Brentwood, and Shuana of Ramsey Solutions, bring in donated Mac computers, courtesy of the Ramsey Family Donation.