Living in a digital world

The last months have driven home the reality of COVID-19. Those of us who work with older adults have seen the virus impact virtually every aspect of life—for ourselves, for our colleagues and for our customers. We have realized how much our world thrives on social connection and the human touch; their absence has left us wanting.

Many of us now work, live and socialize from home (in our household that means with others in our safe family “bubble” or via video or audio calls). It seems that increasingly we recognize the challenges that isolation can pose to mental health.

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