In his later years, he faced health constraints that kept him largely confined to our home. An iPad gifted to him by my family became his window to the world, allowing him to stay connected with friends and family, and stay informed about current events. However, it wasn’t always easy for him to learn and use this new technology. Looking back, I wish I had been more patient with him as he navigated these challenges.
It is in honour of my father and all seniors like him that we have created the DTSP, which I personally refer to also call the Digital Technologies Sai Peng program in tribute to his memory. We hope that this program will provide a supportive and meaningful learning experience for seniors, while also fostering a sense of community and connection.