HOW DOES IT WORK?

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a volunteer in your area will contact you!

You can either ship your device to a volunteer or arrange a pick-up with them. In the meantime, please reset your device to clear your personal data.

Our volunteers follow strict social distancing in picking up all devices. Volunteers typically pick-up devices from mailboxes or door steps at a pre-arranged time.

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fill out the form on our donation page by clicking the button beloW. 

We are currently accepting all camera-enabled devices that are still functioning. Mild cracks on the edges of the screens are acceptable. However, we cannot accept fully-cracked phones. The devices each practice can accept vary by region. If your device is not usable in one region, we will get it to a practice where it can be used. 

The form has you enter basic details like your name, contact information, and region so volunteers can contact you to get your device.

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after the volunteer picks up your device, they sanitize it following cdc protocol.

Check out our device donation and sanitizing protocol by clicking the button below.

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VOLUNTEERS COLLECT ALL THE DEVICES INTO A BATCH AND SHIP THEM OR DROP THEM OFF!

Volunteers count their devices and then order chargers needed using our monetary donations from the GoFundMe. Next, they collect all the chargers and devices into boxes which they safely pack and ship to the clinic/hospital. We are thankful to UPS for partnering with us for a non-profit discount. 

Check out this photo reel of our volunteers holding up devices they have collected across the country!

Here is Dr. Gauruv Gupta holding up a package of devices we donated to the Dallas Heart & Vascular Consultants in Dallas, TX! 

 

Here are some of the office staff at Pulmonary Practice Associates in Lake Mary, FL, holding up donated devices with guides!

check if we are VOLUNTEERING IN YOUR AREA!

We've partnered with local physician's practices and Veterans Hospitals that are currently conducting TeleHealth appointments in 26 states and Washington, D.C.! If you are located in other parts of the country, we can connect you with a volunteer closest to you. States in light blue below are where we are currently volunteering.

See the states where we are volunteering above in lightblue!

TeleHealth Access for Seniors is a federal 501(c)(3) non-profit (EIN: 85-0764024). 

 

TeleHealth Access for Seniors is also a non-profit in Florida and approved to solicit in Florida, New York, South Carolina, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maine, Maryland, New Jersey, Arkansas, Rhode Island, Washington, Nevada, Massachusetts, California and Ohio. The organization is also exempt from registration in Texas, Arizona, North Carolina, and Vermont. Registration is pending in West Virginia, Illinois, Georgia, Maryland, Virginia, and other states.

Logo designed by Lourdes Rohan. Graphics by Sunnie Liu. Website by John Hill & Abhiram Kunamneni

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