Actually, this report is garbage. Unless we're talking VERY elderly people who have never navigated a laptop, I've noticed that older people are EXCEPTIONAL at navigating the endless PR jargon that clogs hospital websites and demands reading through mission statements and endless politics before getting near a sign-up form.
Nevertheless, here's the report from a local blog that's way more effective at asking for donations rather than offering engaging content . . . Read more:
Dee Wynne of Liberty, Missouri, started registering her 87-year-old mother, Barb, for a COVID-19 vaccination on multiple websites as soon as she could. Filling out the online forms would have been impossible for her mother, who doesn't own a computer. "I couldn't have done it on my own," said Barb, who asked not to use her last name for privacy.