Telikin Cares Program

Lauren at Telikin

Telikin Cares Program

Here at Telikin, we believe that everyone should have the chance to utilize technology if they so desire.

Complex machines should never stand in the way of a grandmother seeing pictures of her grandkids or of siblings keeping in touch with each other even though they are geographically separated. This is why we designed and built the Telikin senior computer.

This reason is also why twice a month we donate one of our 18.6” Telikin Touch senior computers to an organization, community center, or living facility that shares our commitment to getting seniors connected by teaching computing to them.

Reading the stories of the groups that serve seniors and want to get them using computers is one of my favorite parts of this job. Hearing the passion and dedication from volunteers, directors, or even members themselves about what their seniors could accomplish with a computer that was designed for them is not only heart-warming - it’s encouraging. It reminds me (and the rest of us here at Telikin) why we do what we do.

Telikin-Cares-promo2There are thousands of amazing organizations, facilities, and centers out there who want to help get seniors connected online. Are you one of them? We want to hear your stories! We want to share your stories too! We want to help you.

Send me an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or write me a letter and mail it to:

Telikin Cares
1100 Horizon Circle, Suite 102

Chalfont, PA 18914

Tell me how Telikin can get your seniors connected to their family, friends, and the world by using a Telikin computer. Please include your name, the organization's name, address, phone number, and contact information. Pictures are also strongly encouraged!

Selected recipients will be awarded an 18.6 inch Telikin Touch Computer and will be posted on our blog and Facebook page. Stories or excerpts from entrants and recipients may be posted on our website, Facebook page, affiliate, or reporting agency.

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20 September 2012, 17:32
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