Watch this full of life documentary about a group of teenagers helping people a little older than them get online. It's a joy to watch the collaboration across the ages. What started as a high school project by two sisters, branched out to be a much bigger project than they expected. The results are heartwarming (families reconnecting via Facebook), hilarious (93-year-old Marion rapping about her O.G. Teeth on YouTube), and long lasting— many of the students have stayed in touch with the older people they helped.

For the full film and more about this wonderful project visit

Cyber-Seniors Official Trailer

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