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Topic - John Alger
"Social interaction is key," Mr. Alger says, adding that the report's findings jibe perfectly with what he has seen "on the ground."
One specialty at SeniorNet is teaching seniors how to communicate better and unite virtually -- through pictures, videos and text -- with friends and families divided by geographic distance, says John Alger, interim executive director for SeniorNet.