In a time of social distancing, staying connected has never been more important. Older adults are at a higher risk of isolation and loneliness and it has been that way long before COVID-19 disrupted daily life. It is important for family caregivers and society as a whole to better understand the significant implications of isolation and loneliness.Watch to to learn:
For more caregiving suggestions from gerontologist Molly Carpenter, look into her book:
Confidence to Care.