Protect your loved one from spammers and scammers by using GrandPad. Only trusted contacts that you invite to your private family network will be able to connect with the GrandPad. No strangers, no solicitors, and no robocalls! A family administrator manages the GrandPad through the GrandPad Central web portal or through our GrandPad App to assure a safe, secure experience.
The large buttons and senior-friendly interface allow your loved ones to connect without hassle. There is no dialing or typing required—just tap a button.
In order to start a call, do the following:
Click the Call button from the home screen. Scroll or tap on the right and left arrows to find the person you want to call. Click on their name or picture.
When the menu appears, click “Video Call” to begin a video chat or “Phone call” to begin an audio-only call.
GrandPad will place the call. You’ll be connected as soon as the recipient answers.
When making a video call from your GrandPad, the recipient will get a notification (either an in-app notification, a text message, or an email). It might take a few minutes to receive the notification and get ready for the call. There isn't any rush—GrandPad will ring for up to 5 minutes, giving everyone plenty of time to respond. In the case your loved one isn't available to take your call, you can leave a message to let them know you called or that you'll be trying again later.
Order your GrandPad today to video chat with loved ones. The GrandPad contains several other functions and apps to give you all the connection and entertainment you need in one tablet.
The Real-time text feature allows companions to type messages in real time during video calls. The GrandPad user can read the message as it’s being typed on the GrandPad screen, then respond verbally as usual. This is incredibly helpful for seniors with impaired hearing, allowing them to read important details being communicated over the call, such as the time and date of an appointment.
With GrandPad, you have the ability to enjoy playing your favorite games together no matter where you are in the world. Our games-in-calls feature creates an interactive and engaging experience for both parties. Plus, it's easy to use - simply use the "Games" button during your video call and choose the game you want to play.
We understand that staying connected with loved ones is more important now than ever before, and we know this feature will enhance your video call experience and bring you closer to those you care about.
Using two-player remote game mode:
The GrandPad contains games that can be played with family and friends from the senior's family network.
Connecting to others is easy with GrandPad:
The GrandPad comes with 4G LTE connection so that your video chats with loved ones are as clear and crisp as possible. Be sure to adjust the space around you for the best lighting and sound so that the person you’re calling can clearly see and hear you.
Sit in a well-lit indoor area, like a living room or dining room. Ideally, there are multiple sources of overhead ambient lighting in the room so that your face is clearly visible. If you call during sunset or sunrise, turn on a nearby lamp so that your face won’t become obscured as the lighting changes in the room.
For the person using the GrandPad, it helps to hold up the GrandPad at eye level In the lower right corner, there is an image area that represents what is shown to the person you are calling. Make sure the GrandPadis angled toward their face, so that the person on the other end can see them.
Mute the television, turn off the radio, and sit inside where the background noise is minimal. Even if it sounds far away to you, heavy traffic, nearby construction, and other ambient noises can muffle your voice and make calls harder to hear.
Video calls can be powerful in bringing families closer together. GrandPad makes video calling easy and accessible for seniors and their loved ones.
Order a GrandPad today for all of the apps and functions seniors need to stay connected to their family and stay entertained all day long.